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  1. #26

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    7mm Rem Mag
    Nosler Brass
    Fed 215 primers
    160 gr Accubonds
    63.2 gr RL22
    3.290 OAL

  2. #27
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    I use Federal 210M and 215M primers in almost everything I reload. The guns that'll see the most use are:

    375 H&H
    Hornady brass
    300gr Swift A-Frame
    Reloder 16

    300 RUM
    R-P brass
    180gr Nosler AccuBond
    Retumbo

    6.5 GAP
    Hornady brass
    140gr Nosler AccuBond
    H1000

    260 REM
    Nosler brass
    120gr Nosler Ballistic Tip
    H4350

    260 REM
    Lapua brass
    140gr Hornady ELD-M
    H4350
    This one's the range and competition rifle and will go through more rounds than the others combined, by far.
    Being defeated is a temporary condition, giving up is what makes it permanent.

  3. #28

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    30-06
    165gr Sierra
    PPU Brass
    WLR
    52gr IMR-4064
    5 shots touching at 100 yards

    30-06
    125gr Sierra
    PPU brass
    WLR
    53gr IMR-4350
    5 shots touching at 100 yards

    .257 Ackley Improved
    fire formed Remington brass
    117Gr sierra
    WLR primer
    43gr IMR-4350 (i think. i'll have to check my logs)
    5 shots touching at 100 yards

    8mm mauser... still developing

    280 Ackley waiting on the new barrel

    38-55
    249gr gas checked
    Winchester brass
    WLR
    some amount of IMR-4895
    1" groups at 100 which ain't bad for a 115 year old gun with the original barrel

    45-70
    405gr case
    Winchester brass
    WLRM
    75gr Goex FF
    sub MOA if I do my part

    Its a tough hobby to have

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtmuley View Post
    Both bullets are available from Steve. Haven't shot them yet. We crunched numbers and think the 199 will work in my 10 twist at our elevations. We'll see. 3200 is easy in my rifle with the 200 Accubond. Have a good elk tag this year. Gonna try to use a Hammer. mtmuley
    Anxious to hit a pig with Steve's 92g 25 cal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noharleyyet View Post
    Anxious to hit a pig with Steve's 92g 25 cal.
    Anxious to hear about it. mtmuley

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    9.3x74R
    286 grain Barnes TSX
    Stuffed full of RL 17
    2350 FPS
    3.68 COL
    Shoots about .75 MOA

    7mm Mauser AI
    140 grain Barnes TTSX
    52 grains of RL 17
    3050 FPS
    3.00 COL
    Shoots an average of .5 MOA

    8x57IR
    200 grain Woodleigh Roundnose
    53 grains of RL 17
    2350 FPS
    3.00 COL
    Whacks the 6" gong all day long at 100 yards with open sights

    450 3 1/4 BPE
    350 grain Hornady RN
    120 grains Swizz FFFG powder dropped from 3 feet
    1650 FPS
    About 3.75" COL
    Accurate enough for critters out to 200 yards (about 3-4" groups at 100)
    get over it commies..
    JWP58

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    7mm 08
    Nosler brass
    Federal 210 M Primers
    140 Grain Nosler Accubond
    46.5 gr Reloader 16
    2731 FPS out of a 20" barrel
    .600" 3 shot group

    This may change when I get the Federal Trophy Bonded Tipped 140 grain bullets in though.

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    .300 Win Mag
    Hornady brass
    IMR 4451, 66.5 gr
    Hornady eld-x 178 gr
    Winchester mag primer

    I’m still trying to work up a new 30-06 load, and it’s kicking my butt. Trying to go with the 178 eld-x, and have tried 2 powders (imr 4451 and Superformance) but can’t seem to find a decent load. I’m shooting Remington 700s (loading for 3 different rifles). I know these aren’t going to be tack drivers, but I’m confident they can get down near 1” groups if I can find the right loads. Back to the bench...

  9. #34
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    Lake of the ozarks Missouri
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    7mmhunttalk
    Hornady brass
    CCI large rifle primers
    140 nab
    41 gr varget
    2760 fps
    5/8 group 100 yards

    .270
    Hornady brass
    CCI large rifle primer
    140 gr nab
    55.5 gr H 4831
    2700 fps 3/4 group 100 yards

    28 nosler
    Nosler brass
    CCI Large rifle magnum primer
    160 gr nab
    82 gr retumbo
    3300 fps
    1" group at 100

    Going to switch the nosler to 175 partition. Also when hornady brass wears out will switch to nosler brass. I always load several different powder grain weights and pick the most accurate and then chrony to know speed.
    I work so I can hunt

  10. #35
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    Location
    Frigid Ohio
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    7HT~
    42.5gr Varget
    140AB
    R-P brass
    Win primer
    +/- 2760 fps

    338Fed~
    Handload TBD, but for right now the 200gr Fusion is more than acceptable
    "Talent, hits a target, no one else can hit... Genius, hits a target, no one else can see."

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    338Win. Mag
    225 TTSX
    66 Gr. RL17
    CCI 250
    OAL Fit to rifle

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  12. #37
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    Location
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    The right to arm bears??? Lol

    223 Rem.
    Savage110FP
    69gr. TMK
    LC brass
    PP2000.

    257 Bob
    Ruger 77 MKII
    90gr. Blitzking
    RL17
    PPU brass
    100gr. Ballistic Tip
    Hybrid 100V
    115gr. Berger VLD Hunting
    Hybrid 100V

    6.5 Rem Mag
    Savage 111
    Formed 7mm Rem Mag brass
    Work in progress

    7mm-08 HTAI
    Stevens 200
    PPU brass
    120gr. Ballistic Tip
    H414

    139gr. SST
    PP2000, H414, RL17

    140gr. Berger VLD Hunting
    RL17, PP2000

    284 Win
    Custom Mauser
    150gr. ELDX, ABLR
    RL19

    154gr. SST
    RL19

    168gr. Berger VLD Hunting
    RL26

    7mm Rem Mag
    Savage 111
    PPU brass
    139gr. SST, 140gr. Ballistic Tip, 140gr. Berger VLD
    RL19, RL22

    150gr. ABLR
    RL26

    160gr. Sierra HPBT Gameking
    RL26

    168gr. Berger VLD Hunting
    RL26.

    Etc... Etc....

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    300 wsm
    Nosler brass
    Win mag primer
    63.2 gn RL 17
    178 gn ELDX
    Seated just under mag length, 2.900"
    3050 fps
    Groups well under an inch
    Mule deer and elk taken so far...

  14. #39

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    .308 Win
    42.5 grains of IMR 4895
    CCI Large Rifle Primer
    Remington Brass
    150 grain BTSP Hornady Interlock
    2.800" OAL
    2700 fps

    I plan on using this for whitetails, antelope, and a late season cow elk hunt if I can find the time.
    The day I stop hunting is the day I stop breathing.

    You can't eat antlers!!!

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    30-06
    180 Grain Nosler Partition
    CCI Large rifle
    IMR4350 56 grains
    Federal brass
    2850 fps

    I have been considering experimenting with 165 grain Accubonds, but I might just stick with what I know.

    Cheers

    Richard
    That's what the actress said to the bishop

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmbrewcrew View Post
    I’m still trying to work up a new 30-06 load, and it’s kicking my butt. Trying to go with the 178 eld-x, and have tried 2 powders (imr 4451 and Superformance) but can’t seem to find a decent load. I’m shooting Remington 700s (loading for 3 different rifles). I know these aren’t going to be tack drivers, but I’m confident they can get down near 1” groups if I can find the right loads. Back to the bench...
    My friend in the UK has just got some ELD-X loaded up for him, 212 in his 300, which group at .3'' @100 yards.
    The 178's .45''@100 yards in his .308.

    The powder is RS50, can't say I have heard of that powder or even if it is available in the US

    I hope that helps with the 30-06

    Cheers

    Richard
    That's what the actress said to the bishop

  17. #42

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    300 Win Mag
    Reloader 22
    75.0g

  18. #43

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    338 Edge
    Norma Brass
    Hodgdon's H1000-90g
    Berger 300 grain bullet
    2955 fps

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    30-06
    Brass Winchester
    Primer WLR
    Bullet 180 gr. Nosler Partition
    Powder 62 gr. RL22
    Velocity 2810 fps 22" barrel
    Elk or deer but that's what the 25-06 is for.

    Greg

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    Worked this load up for my semi-custom last year and have been shooting it out to 710 yards so far this year.

    Caliber: 300 WSM
    Brass: Norma
    Primer: CCI BR2
    Powder: 61.6 grains of Alliant RL-17
    Projectile: 180 grain Nosler Accubond
    OAL: 2.88"

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    Cartridge: 280 Ackley Improved
    Brass: Fireformed Nosler brass
    Primer: Winchester LR
    Powder: IMR4350 55.2grains
    Bullet: 145 Barnes LRX
    Purpose: Desert Mule deer and New Mexico Elk.

    Cartridge: 223 REM
    Brass: Hornady
    Primer: CCI
    Powder: Reloader 10 24.0grains
    Bullet: Nosler Ballistic Tip Lead Free
    Purpose: varmints

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    30-06
    165 hornady interlocks
    54.5 4350 !MR

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    7mm-HT
    140 gr. Nosler Accubonds
    46.0 gr. IMR 4350
    Fed. cases/CCI LR Primers
    OAL: 2.830

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    7mm Rem Mag
    168 gr. Berger VLD
    Winchester cases/ CCI primers

    I put a new stock on this rifle recently and plan on bedding the action, then getting to work on a load work up. Plan on using this for my Idaho elk hunt.

    .308 Win
    Sierra Gameking 165 gr. HPBT
    44.5 gr. Varget
    CCI primers

    Texas whitetail/Axis/pig shoot.

  25. #50
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    Location
    central pa
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    Change of plans...
    7mm-HTAI barrel is shot out.
    I screwed on an E.R. Shaw 24" barrel in 250 Savage.

    Loads a work in progress.
    Hornady cases.

    90 gr. Sierra BlitzKing ( coyote load)

    100 gr. Nosler Ballistic Tip( deer load).

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