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Old 02-20-2015, 03:27 AM
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not really good for training or fighting, the way a 30 rd box mag .22lr unit for the 223 autos works, but the .32 hits a pretty good lick from a 20" barrel and it's pretty quiet. Don't use the European loads, cause some of them are supersonic in the long barrel. All you have to do is work the bolt and the entire .32 unit is ejected, letting you have near-instant use of your 308 autorifle. This adapter makes far more sense than working up cast bullet squib loads in the 308 cases. google for it, it's like $30.
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made one for my FAL years back, was minute of rabbit chest to 50m. would like to do a controlled experiment to see if i could keep accuracy to the same as rifle with regular rounds.
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fwiw 10 grs of trailboss and a 130 gr lead will do what you need.
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I've got one that lets me shoot .32auto(wife's pocket pistol) in my 30-30 too, and have seen them in other cal.s as well.
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fwiw 10 grs of trailboss and a 130 gr lead will do what you need.
Or if you reload 3.0 to 3.5 grs. of Alliant Bullseye and a Lee 32 cal. 90 gr. SWC sized to .311 for 30 cal. US rifles or .314" for SKS and Mosin rifles. I like the setup because I don't have to buy adapters for every rifle cal. some which aren't available anyways as well as take the adapter in an out when I want to change rds. However if you don't reload it's your only opotion for taking small game with a larger caliber rifle.

7.62 x 39 subsonic load for small game and general purpose plinking. I just hand cycle it through the SKS rifles like a bolt gun.
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