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    Default loads for 375 H&H

    One more question, I want to start shooting 270 grain barns x what is the most accurate powder charge guys have located, to shoot out of my post 70 classic. Thanks for the knowlage
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    I like Varget and RL-15 for the 375. Hard to go wrong with IMR4350 or H4350 as well.

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    I have been loading for the .375H&H for many years now. Mine is a Browning A-Bolt, and like you I prefer the 270 X Bullets...now the TSX's. For my rig the 270's and RL-15 are a winning combination...over and over, accuracy is consistently excellent (actually kind of boring...in fact, I stopped developing loads for the 270 X's once I found the right combination of RL-15 and OAL). I have been fortunate enough to take moose and brown bear with this load...and have never recovered a bullet (the shots were 100 yards or less).

    You may want to do a search on this forum for more ideas. There has been considerable interest in the H&H over the years. Good luck with your project.

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    Thumbs up 375 HH Reloder 15 & 260 Nosler

    I used the Reloader 15 with 260 Nosler Part and Fed215GM primers in FC Nickle cases.......
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    The take it to the bank load for the .375 H&H has been and will continue to be 300 grain Woodleigh bullets, 4350 powder loaded to 76 grains.

    Now the usual disclaimers. In a rifle in good mechanical condition, work up slowly to this load, Blah, Blah, blah!

    You really do not want to ring out the vary last bit of velocity out of these loads.

    Stay safe, stay smart, and break um down with that first shot!

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