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62.0 gr 4198 2,817 fps 2.410" Win LR guest This is a very powerful load developed using my Marlin 1895 CB. The extreme spread was 19.0 and the standard deviation 9.5. 275gr LFP grouped 2" at 50 yards using factory iron sights. Bullet is hardcast, gas checked, sized to .458 and lubed twice with heavy coats of Liquid alox. Leading was minimal. This load is intended for strong modern firearms ONLY and should be considered a MAXIMUM LOAD! Also may be too fast for anything other than varmint sized game due to the possibility of the bullet not holding together when contacting heavy bone. 60.0 gr H4198 2,400 fps 2.55" WLR Guest Suggested starting load: 54.0 gr Use ONLY in modern leverguns!!! This is wonderful in my 1895SS, but only gets 2300fps in the 22" barrel. I pulled this one from 300gr any the Hodgdon #27 Manual. With the proper bullet, this load will kill anything in North America. I use the Sierra JHP for deer, and any JFN for bear. Email author: coopertownbob See all of coopertownbob's loads 50.0 gr 4198 Unknown cci200 guest 300gr fhp sie shoots .5in in my marlin guide 12.0 gr Unique 1,100 fps Win LP guest An accurate load in the Marlin 1894CB. Very light recoil, fun to shoot. Definitely not meant for hunting. Plinking or Cowboy 300gr LRN shooting only. Email author: tintype See all of tintype's loads 62.0 gr alliant rl-7 2,480 fps 2.53" Win LR guest groups very good from my 3 marlin 1895`s about 1.75" three shot groups at 100 yds. this load is for remington, hornady,speer, and sierra 300gr bullets only. the nosler and both barnes x and original 300 gr bullets develop more pressure than conventional 300gr JHP bullets. 57.0 gr rl-7 is about max in the marlin for the nosler and barnes original, cut this 57.0 gr load about 10% for the barnes x bullet Email author: rogers_timothy See all of rogers_timothy's loads 62.0 gr alliant rl-7 Unknown Win LR guest do not use this load in marlins the same load is posted by me but with "old" rl-7. since that load was posted i aquired some new rl-7 it is not the same powder as the old rl-7. the new rl-7 is made in sweden for alliant and is faster burning than the old rl-7 300gr JHP making the 62.0 gr load too stiff for the marlin with the new powder. this load with the new powder is safe for the ruger # 1. the old rl-7 had red identification granuals in it the new rl-7 does not Email author: rogers_timothy See all of rogers_timothy 's loads 62.0 gr H4895 1,974 fps 2.525" CCI 200 Hodgdon Suggested starting load: 55.8 gr 300gr JHP Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel, Sierra HP Pressure: 21,000 CUP 55.0 gr IMR 3031 2,000 fps 2.550" Win LR guest 12" drop at 200 yds with 100 yd zero. Excellent performance on a 300+ lb. feral hog with a single head shot. Email author: emueller See all of emueller's loads 63.0 gr Varget 2,020 fps 2.525" CCI 200 Hodgdon

300gr JHP 300gr JHP

Suggested starting load: 56.7 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel, Sierra HP Pressure: 23,800 CUP 63.5 gr H335 Suggested starting load: 57.2 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel, Sierra HP Pressure: 27,400 CUP 63.5 gr Benchmark Suggested starting load: 57.2 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel, Sierra HP Pressure: 27,400 CUP 60.0 gr H322 Suggested starting load: 54.0 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel, Sierra HP Pressure: 28,000 CUP 55.0 gr H4198 Suggested starting load: 49.5 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel, Sierra HP Pressure: 27,600 CUP 56.0 gr 300gr JHP

2,143 fps

2.525"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

300gr JHP

2,113 fps

2.525"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

300gr JHP

2,142 fps

2.525"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

300gr JHP

2,221 fps

2.525"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

300gr JHP

3031

Unknown

Win LRM

guest

300gr JHP

300gr JHP

300gr LFP

350gr JSP

350gr LFP

350gr JSP

350gr JSP

350gr LFP

62.0 gr H4895 1,974 fps 2.525" Admin Note: Max load for Trapdoor level rifles according to Hodgdon. 25.0 gr 2400 1,410 fps 2.475" LR guest Trapdoor load from Hercules Powder Reloaders Guide 4/85 16,500 CUP, 300 gr Hornady JHP, Rem 9 1/2 primer Email author: paul5388 See all of paul5388's loads 30.0 gr 2400 1,650 fps 2.475" LR guest Lever Action Level 2 from Hercules Powder Reloaders Guide 4/85 23,000 CUP, 300 gr Hornady JSP, Rem 9 1/2 primer Email author: paul5388 See all of paul5388's loads 51.8 gr Reloader 7 1,950 fps Fed LR guest Great Guide Gun Load-45-70 350 Grain Hornady FN 51.8 Grains of RL 7 Federal Match 210GM Primers Federal Nickle Cases Crimp using Lee Factory Crimp Die Hunting Load Only-Recoil Present! Email author: jeffreyauton See all of jeffreyauton's loads 55.0 gr H4198 2,200 fps 2.55" Win LR guest Great general purpose hunting load that is equal to or slightly better than the Hornady standard load for the new 450 Marlin. I lube my cast bullets with Apache Blue in the grooves then roll then in Lee Liquid Alox for extra protection. I use this in my Marlin 1895SS and in it the recoil is very gentle, (this is relative, if youve been shooting nothing but .223s all your life, then this will feel like it is breaking your shoulder!) My rifle has been lightened up as well by slimming down that massive forstock and even slimming some on the butt stock so they match. It now feels much more like a Winchester 1894, except the balance is still not there due to the short magazine tube, but it is still much improved over the factory original, and the 20 hand rubbed coats of Tung oil on the Wlanut stock looks great! Email author: coopertownbob See all of coopertownbob's loads 50.0 gr Reloder 7 1,950 fps 2.540" Win LR guest From a Marlin Guide Gun. Excellent all around hunting load. Flatter trajectory than 9 out of 10 .45-70 loads. Email author: tonyclayton See all of tonyclayton's loads 45.0 gr IMR-4198 1,850 fps Win LR guest Marlin 1895 Guide Gun, 18.5". Hornady 350 gr SP-FN, nickel RP brass. 50 yard 3-shot grp offhand with rest 0.79" (apeture sights). Velocity at 45 F. over Shooting Chrony, SD 18. Email author: kuduking See all of kuduking's loads 54.0 gr VIHTA N133 Unknown 2.55" CCI LR guest

Email author: BTSTASIO See all of BTSTASIO's loads Win LR guest

Excellent load, it will kick some if you are not accustomed to it. Excellent all around for any deer/hog situation here in Florida. I imagine it is a good load all around for just about any animal. Beveled base bullet with a heavy crimp. Very accurate one ragged hole at 50 yards. All bullets come from Space Coast Bullets here in Melbourne Florida. Email author: cutshaw3 See all of cutshaw3's loads 60.0 gr Accurate AA2520 2,000 fps 2.550" Win LR guest JSP from Hornady, very strong load, accurate, and it will kick some. Shot from a Marlin 1895 new model. The brass is once fired 350gr JSP PMC, crimped with Lee Crimp die. MAKE SURE that you work up to this load, it is close to max. Email author: cutshaw3 See all of cutshaw3's loads 53.0 gr IMR4350 1,450 fps 1.520" Fed LRM guest I load this for my "86 Win. 3/4" grps/100yds. I buy Laser-Cast bullets and add a GC. Less than 20,000 PSI in old DuPont 350gr LFP manual. Absolutely no leading.About 95% LD. Very easy on the shoulder. Email author: pauljenkins See all of pauljenkins's loads 19.0 gr 2400 1,070 fps 2.575" LR guest Trapdoor load from Hercules Powder Reloaders Guide 4/85 15,800 CUP, 385 gr Cast Lead (GC), Rem 9 1/2 primer 385gr LFP Email author: paul5388 See all of paul5388's loads 25.0 gr 2400 1,340 fps 2.575" LR guest Lever Action Level 2 from Hercules Powder Reloaders Guide 4/85 21,300 CUP, 385 gr Cast Lead (GC), Rem 9 1/2 primer 385gr LFP Email author: paul5388 See all of paul5388's loads 48.0 gr RL 7 1,820 fps Fed LR guest 400gr JSP Marlin 45/70 18.5 barrel, Fed 210 400 grain Speer Flat-Nose 48.0 gr IMR 3031 1,800 fps 2.550" WLR Guest Suggested starting load: 43.2 gr 405gr very accurate in Marlin 1895 JFNSP Email author: oneeye See all of oneeye's loads 50.0 gr H4198 2,000 fps 2.55" WLR Guest Suggested starting load: 45.0 gr Use ONLY in strong, modern guns! Also comes from the Hodgdon #27 manual. In my 1895SS, it kicks like a Missouri mule, but it 405gr LFN has good trajectory and great penetration. Email author: coopertownbob See all of coopertownbob's loads 15.0 gr Unique 1,520 fps CCI LR guest Using a SHARPS rifle, barrel front sight with peep and MARBLES fully adjustable tang sight, this is one of the most accurate lead 405gr bullets that I have had the pleasure to shoot! At 175 yards it is fantastic! LSWC Email author: stalker76z See all of stalker76z's loads 48.0 gr RL-7 1,750 fps 2.55" Win LR guest Shot from Marlin guide gun.3 shots @ 100 yards is .750 inches.Great load for any game animal in North America. 405gr JSP Email author: aitsdavinman See all of aitsdavinman's loads 28.0 gr IMR 4198 1,300 fps CCI LR guest use with dacron wad. Shoots very well in my original 45-70 trapdoor carbine - duplicates black powder pressure. Have killed 405gr LRN many deer and an elk or two with this load. Email author: griffiga See all of griffiga's loads 50.0 gr Varget 1,718 fps 2.540" CCI 200 Hodgdon Suggested starting load: 45.0 gr 405gr LFP Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel. Pressure: 20,900 CUP 48.0 gr H4895 Suggested starting load: 43.2 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel. Pressure: 18,900 CUP 50.0 gr Benchmark Suggested starting load: 45.0 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel.

1,645 fps

2.540"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

405gr LFP

1,695 fps

2.540"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

405gr LFP

405gr LFP

Pressure: 22,600 CUP 31.0 gr H4198 Suggested starting load: 27.9 gr Trapdoor level load. 24" barrel.

1,459 fps

2.540"

CCI 200

Hodgdon

405gr LFP

405gr LFP

405gr JSP

405gr SP

Pressure: 17,100 CUP 45.0 gr reloader #7 Unknown 2.55" CCI LR guest Load worked up for hogs in brush country Florida. Very accurate 5 round groups produce single hole. Velocity is not as important as accuracy. The bullet is beveled base, with heavy crimp. Meplat is .335 inches. Hard cast slug with no leading problems. This slug has been up to 2000 fps with no leading problems. Email author: cutshaw3 See all of cutshaw3's loads 45.0 gr reloader #7 Unknown 2.55" CCI LR guest Load worked up for hogs in brush country Florida. Very accurate 5 round groups produce single hole. Velocity is not as important as accuracy. The bullet is beveled base, with heavy crimp. Meplat is .335 inches. Hard cast slug with no leading problems. This slug has been up to 2000 fps with no leading problems. Marlin 1895 Email author: cutshaw3 See all of cutshaw3's loads 55.0 gr H335 1,750 fps 2.55" CCI LRM guest W-W brass, Lee crimp die used. Heavy crimp needed. Shot from a Marlin 1895 new model. The bullet is a "Remington JSP flat nose" with a Meplat of .320. The round is underloaded and can be beefed up more but I think that it is very accurate and powerful as it is. Good luck and good hunting Email author: cutshawl See all of cutshawl's loads 48.0 gr Reloder 7 1,875 fps Win LRM guest This is an in between medium/heavy loading for the 45/70 in a Marlin. I have seen and used hotter. In my current LTD IV this is a killer on both ends, its is the worst kicking gun I own. Email author: bridgepointartisan See all of bridgepointartisan's loads 27.5 gr H4198 1,290 fps CCI LR guest Very comfortable load out of 30" heavy barrel falling block rifle. Admin Note: Suitable for Trapdoor strength rifles Email author: rfalk1 See all of rfalk1's loads guest

405gr LBT-LFN

405gr LFP

40.0 gr IMR 3031 1,317 fps Good plinking load in a Marlin 1895. Comfortable recoil with an energy of 1559 lbs/ft

CCI LR

405gr JSP

405gr JSP

420gr LFP

500gr LFN

500gr LFP

Email author: bkeganz See all of bkeganz's loads 20.0 gr 2400 1,000 fps 2.540" LR guest Trapdoor load from Hercules Powder Reloaders Guide 4/85 15,300 CUP, 405 gr Rem JSP, Rem 9 1/2 primer Email author: paul5388 See all of paul5388's loads 25.0 gr 2400 1,260 fps 2.540" LR guest Lever Action Level 2 from Hercules Powder Reloaders Guide 4/85 24,000 CUP, 405 gr Rem JSP, Rem 9 1/2 primer Email author: paul5388 See all of paul5388's loads 55.0 gr AA 2495 1,957 fps CCI LR guest 1895G MARLIN 1.25" @ 100YDS LYMAN 66 REAR SIGHT. BULLET SIZED .4515 PATCHED UP WITH 16LB PAPER. LUBED WITH SACO GOLD.ALLOY IS 50/50 LINOTYPE-WHEELWEIGHT. GREAT LOAD Email author: db_mtp See all of db_mtp's loads 40.0 gr H4198 1,500 fps 2.55" WLR Guest Suggested starting load: 36.0 gr For use ONLY in modern guns! This is 1 grain below the max as listed in "Modern Reloading" by Richard Lee. This load kicks like nothing you have ever seen, but talk about penetration! Many times I have used it to shoot through tree trunks up to 10" in size, depending upon the type of wood. This is what I carry when I am walking in bear country for those poorly aimed self defense shots at an enraged sow with cubs. It will really take the fight out of them! Only good for about 75-100 yards before you have to start guessing at holdover though, depending on your barrel length. Email author: coopertownbob See all of coopertownbob's loads 35.0 gr Reloder 7 1,440 fps 2.515" Win LR guest

Excellent Accuracy and plenty of power for any North American game animal

500gr LBT-WFN

518gr LFP 520gr BTHP 550gr LFP

Email author: tonyclayton See all of tonyclayton's loads 79.3 gr goex Unknown 2.875" Win LR guest 79.3 grains of Goex FFG powder was added using a drop tube,and compressed to fully seat a Saco 500 grain round nose bullet. mold number 881 48.0 gr 3031 1,680 fps 2.70" Win LR guest In H&R Shikari - 28"bbl - 1.1" avg Lee FPGC For aol 2.55, decrease 5% Email author: wha-tah-hey See all of wha-tah-hey's loads 24.0 gr 5477 Unknown CCI LRM guest lead cast 40.0 gr H322 1,530 fps 2.520" Fed LR guest jb young hard cast, gaschecked for my 1895 marlin guide gun...starline brass at 2.095.....fed 210 primer....LFC at 2/3 turn....this is my all purpose hunt load....recoil is not bad, more of a heavy push!

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