.223 Remington Subsonic Loads (Hodgdon data) reloading data with 3 loads. Using bullets from Hornady FMJ. Powders include Hodgdon
Not all «subsonic» loads are noted as such in the data, because the cartridge is not capable of producing supersonic velocity. An example is .32 S&W. All data in this caliber is subsonic but is not normally tagged with the name subsonic.
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Atomic Ammunition’s 223 Remington Subsonic is unlike any .223 Rem ammunition. It is quieter than most .22 Long Rifle ammo, has virtually no felt recoil, produces the same energy and power as most 380 ACP ammunition and delivers excellent accuracy out to …
Oct 30, 2017 · I have perfected casting NOE 37 grain Plain Base bullets. I powder coat these bullets and I want to use them in subsonic loads in 22 Hornet, 222, and 223 Remington.
Nov 02, 2017 · test any subsonic load without the can first! (Yes, I meant to shout that part; I am trying to help you prevent a baffle strike). At 25 yards, examine the …
Feb 28, 2009 · The Accurate S1250 subsonic 223 loads have been discussed before, but I had not seen many other recipes. I called Hodgdon, and sure enough, they had some suggestions. From Hodgdon: Bullet: 55 gr Hornady full metal jackets Primer: Winchester Small Rifle primers Powder: 3.2 grains of Clays COAL: 2.2″ Velocity: 1060 fps according to Hodgdon.
Jun 01, 2006 · subsonic 223 rem. Discussion in ‘Handloading and Reloading’ started by taliv, Jul 8, 2005.
Subsonic .223 is also the rifle cartridge of choice for military and law enforcement tactical professionals as well as civilians in over 35 states to use with suppressed firearms because the bullet does not reach or exceed the speed of sound and does not create a loud sonic boom as it travels.
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Reloading for the .223 is easy and there are a number of great powder choices. Where is the best place to start? The Hodgdon Reloading Data Center (RDC) lists 21 different powder types that can be used in the .223. All these powders are appropriate in the listed loads. However, if you are new to the .223 the choices can be overwhelming.