of the .30-30 loads I put together the other day. All at 30 yards, all with a 6 o'clock hold on the bullseye
.32-caliber wadcutter over 3.0 grains Bullseye
All right about 6" below point of aim; not surprising, these are low-velocity loads.
One more test done, couple of days ago I was able to cast some of the 115-grain .30-caliber bullets, lubed some with Liquid Alox, no gas check, and loaded them in .30-06 with 6.0 of bullseye, a practice load listed in that article at Cast Boolits. He used this with imperfect bullets not bad enough to throw back in the pot; these were just about perfect, but the results were not