I do not have QL, but I use Gordon’s Reloading Tool, which can be downloaded for free on the Internet. Your cartridge sounds like a 6.5-06 AI or very close to it. That would be a very good starting point.
Thanks, but the Rhino bullet is not long enough, at 1.127, to achieve a COL of 3.224. The case is 2.22 in long. 3.08 in. is a more realistic COL. This will also translate into less internal volume, and eliminate most of the really slow burn rate powders.
Also, you set the MAP at 42,700...
There is no data available for this specific bullet. I know that Rhino recommends using data for traditional bullets of comparable weight.
This is for a 9.3X57, an obsolete cartridge for which there is scarce published data.
The good news is that the rifle is a Husky 146 built on an FN...
What is the twist rate of your barrel? I have a Vanguard 2 with 1:10 in rate of twist and, although I have never tried the Barnes 115, i am under the impression that a faster rate of twist is required to stabilize those bullets. Am I wrong?