Hodgdon Releases New .224 Valkyrie Reloading Data

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posted on August 20, 2018
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Hodgdon Powder Company has announced the launch of reloading data for the new .224 Valkyrie, now available on the company’s Reloading Data Center website.

While new load data will continue to be updated, there is currently data for 80 different loads with bullet weights ranging from 50 to 90 grains from Federal, Hornady, Nosler, Sierra and Swift, and powders from Hodgdon, IMR and Winchester.

“Shooting heavier bullets in an AR-platform rifle that maintain supersonic speeds beyond 1,300 yards has captured the interest of shooters and handloaders everywhere,” said Ron Reiber, Hodgdon product manager and ballistician. “At Hodgdon, we’ve been researching this cartridge since before its introduction and are excited to release load data for the Valkyrie featuring powders like Hodgdon CFE 223, IMR 8208 XBR and Hodgdon Varget.”

To check out the current .224 Valkyrie load data, go to hodgdonreloading.com.

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