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    300 Win Mag handloading

    Anyone care to share some load data. Been looking for a good elk and deer load. thanks.

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    73g imr4831 barnes ttsx 168g with cci250 primer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    73g imr4831 barnes ttsx 168g with cci250 primer
    I use almost the same load but only 72.6 gr. imr 4831 it"s super accurate. Rl19 works about as well with about the same charge also for me.

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    69 gr. IMR4831, 180 Barnes TTSX, Nosler brass, CCI250 primer

    Flying about 3040 fps out of my 24" tube.
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    81 grains H1000, 180 Nosler Accubond, fed 215GM primers. Traveling about 3,118 fps out of a 24 inch barrel. You can also try the same load with a Fed 210 non mag primer at about 3,050 fps. Its a compressed load.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
    Traveling about 3,118 fps out of a 24 inch barrel.
    What kind of chrony are you using?
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    I know it's not really a "hunting bullet" but mine is 190gr sierria hpbt match. 72gr. reloader22,mag primer. around 2800fps from a browning BAR on rcbs crono. Makes the not so great shooting gun pull in tight. Have taken many deer and elk with this bullet,would not recomend for bear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkoholic307 View Post
    What kind of chrony are you using?
    Elkoholic,
    I have an F-1 Shooting Chrony. The information I provided was obtained from Noslers websight. I made the reloads for my buddies rifle. I don't have a picture of his groups, but they are very similar to the picture below (sub-moa). My buddies rifle is also a Win, M70. I attached an example of what the load can due taken from the websight. The only difference is my buddy shoots Nosler Accubonds, which shoot just as good as the Hornady's listed in photo.

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    thanks for the info guys, looks like i've got a few projects now.

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    I also had great luck with the 168 Barnes TTSX and RL19 in the 300. The 180 works great too.

 

 

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