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    Default 375H&H Moose load?

    What are you men loading in your H&H for Moose & bigger critters?


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    Barnes TSX 270 grain

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    I just loaded some 300 grain Hawks and hope to try them at the range soon.

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    Default 385 speer grand slam

    i use factory 285 speer grand slams in mine im pleased with the cost and performance

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    Default 270 A-square

    I get good results with 76 grains of RL-15 pushing a 270 gr A-frame.

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    RL-15 and Hornady 270 grain round nose. these are no longer in production so I will likely switch to the 300 granin RN. I tried the spitzers but they are slightly less accurate in my rifle.
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    260 grain accubond behind Reloader 15

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    300 gr Nosler Partitions loaded by Federal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhed View Post
    I get good results with 76 grains of RL-15 pushing a 270 gr A-frame.
    Kill anything with the 270-grain A-Frame? That's the next bullet I'm going to try.

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    Cool Drive 25

    Take 300 grains -----> drive 'em 2500+ fps

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    Any here tried the 300gr Accubond?

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    300 grain TSX with 76 grains of H4350, CCI Mag primer, Rem case, for a chronographed 2513 fps from 24" barrel

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    Quote Originally Posted by akspecialus View Post
    Barnes TSX 270 grain
    Can the 270gr TSX be run at 2400fps with good results & will they open up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack49 View Post
    300 grain TSX with 76 grains of H4350, CCI Mag primer, Rem case, for a chronographed 2513 fps from 24" barrel
    300 hey hmmmmm . Will it open up enough?

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    Double Tap:

    350 grain Woodleigh Weldcore PP at 2500 fps.

    I do load 270 Hornady Interlocks with 72 grains of IMR 4064.

    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by 340Wby View Post
    Can the 270gr TSX be run at 2400fps with good results & will they open up?
    never shot at 2400, usually 26 plus

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    Got the 300 grain accubond and did first load development yesterday. Got great results from 78.2 grains of W-760, 24" barrel. Hot load but shot 3 into 1.1 and 5 into 1.4....and velocity was 2609-2625. Perfect for me.

    Last year I killed 2 mule deer, an elk, shiras moose, black bear, and lion with teh 270 accubonds at 2800 fps, so I expect just as good as results...

    Can't wait to see how it does on the Yukon moose trip I have planned this fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 340Wby View Post
    300 hey hmmmmm . Will it open up enough?
    I've only recovered one out of 2 actually used on moose. It was opened up perfectly. The second one had a large exit hole which makes me think that one opened up fine too.

    I have nothing against the 270 version but I worked up the 300 load a few years back and that's all I use in the .375. In my rifle it's very accurate.

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