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I am using 296 ball powder, 110 grain RN FMJ (copper clad from Wideners), CCI Magnum Primers, and LC 1952 once fired brass. I'm looking for a good powder weight for good function in an M1 carbine. This is for plinking and maximum accuracy is not critical. Just something that's economical on powder and cycles the weapon without problems.

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Dave in Oakwood, GA
 

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Try 13.0 grains of 296.

It should work just fine for you for plinking.

Good Luck.

MAG-63
 
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