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Vihtavuori Load Data - 9.3 x 62

In 1905 Otto Bock introduced the 9.3x62 Mauser to provide Germans living in colonial Africa with an affordable alternative to expensive double rifles. Propelling 286-grain 9.3mm (.366 inch) bullets at around 2,350 fps, the 9.3x62 generates roughly 3,500 ft.-lbs. of muzzle energy while generating relatively mild recoil. What’s more, Bock’s new cartridge fitted neatly in standard-length Mauser 98 actions. In terms of performance, 286-grain 9.3mm bullets have the same sectional density as a 300-grain .375 H&H (.305), so the 9.3x62 penetrates extremely well. What’s more, the 9.3x62 can be loaded with lighter weight bullets—providing flat trajectories and enough power to stop big bears, elk, moose, and the largest African plains game. VOY_Load data 30-06 Springfield As Reloading Solutions Limited has no control over improper storage, handling, loading or use of Vihtavuori powders after they have left our facility, we make no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, limited or full. We specifically disclaim all warranties of fitness for a particular purpose and merchantability. We specifically disclaim all liability for consequential damages of any kind whatsoever, whether or not due to seller’s negligence or based on strict product liability or principle of indemnity or contribution, Reloading Solutions Limited neither assumes nor authorises any person to assume for it any liability in connection with the use of this product.