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

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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?
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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

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    My favorite load in my .300 for elk is 75.5 gr RL-22 with a 180 Accubond bullet. I use Winchester brass and primers. I'm out the barrel right at 3000 fps. Dropped my last two elk in their tracks at 297 & 350 yards.
    Last edited by NoMoreOldNo7; 02-26-2012 at 07:52 PM.

 

 

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