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    Question 300 win Mag

    Anyone have a good load for the 300 Win Mag and the 200g Accubond?
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    I had great luck right out of the Nosler #6 manual a few years back in my 300 win with the "most accurate load" data given for the 180g accubond. I don't have any of that data in front of me, but it has worked on few other projects as well including a 300 RUM 220g partition load and a 338 win 225g accubond load. They have some of their data online, but have a tendency to leave out the best loads so you have to buy the manual. For instance, they leave out retumbo as a powder for the RUM and it is a go to powder for most all loads.

    I am loading mostly all copper bullets at the moment in most of the guns I am reloading for or helping my buddies reload for, so the accubond projects have not been brought to fruition. I like the high BC and have heard good things about them on game. Good luck

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    I was thinking either Reloader 22 or H4831 with the 200gr AB I have seen some old data for H4831 @ 76.0 for 3000 FPS with the 200gr Part
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    Quote Originally Posted by alaska bush man View Post
    I was thinking either Reloader 22 or H4831 with the 200gr AB I have seen some old data for H4831 @ 76.0 for 3000 FPS with the 200gr Part
    That thinking is probably going to work pretty well, though you might try IMR 4831 which is a tad faster and has given me great results in several 300 WM.

    FYI--Nosler #6 lists a 200 grain (AB or Partition) with 70.5 of H4831 as max (2910 fps) using Nosler hulls and 215 primers. You may find your rifle will use a tad more powder, but I'd sneak up on a 76.0 grain charge very carefully with a 200 AB.
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    How about H1000 with the 200gr AB in the 300 Win Mag?

    Just bought a pound of it today
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