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Unread 09-27-2003, 07:34 AM
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200 gr accubond

I have a new 300 win mag & purchased some 200 gr. Accubond. Has anyone loaded this bullett yet? I have Rem Sendero that had bore polished, action trued, etc. I am looking for some loads that have shot well.
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    Unread 09-27-2003, 08:14 AM
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    Re: 200 gr accubond

    Several of us are shooting it in the 300 RUM... I haven't tried any in my .300WM, but have 5 boxes ordered from D&R and will be shooting them soon.
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    Unread 09-27-2003, 10:14 AM
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    Re: 200 gr accubond

    I found H4350 to work very well for accuracy in my 300WM. I used a 200 Gr Accubonds moly coated, 300 WM Remington brass (volume is important here), Federal 215M primers, 67 Gr Hodgdon H4350, COL 3.350". Not the fastest load, but so far the most accurate with 0.5 MOA. According to my Quickload software this should yield a internal pressure of around 60k psi which seems about right when compared to other reloading data.

    Again according to Quickload the 'ideal' powder is Norma MRP but I went for temp stability and a powder that's readily available so I stuck with Hodgden.

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    Unread 01-31-2010, 08:57 AM
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    Re: 200 gr accubond

    I am not shooting the Accubond but I do shoot the 200gr Sierra GK quite a bit out of my 300 Win Mag. Right now I am using WW Cases, CCI 250 Primers and RL22. I am getting a little better than 2900FPS and it shoots very well out of my Ruger. Scotty
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    Unread 01-31-2010, 09:26 AM
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    Re: 200 gr accubond

    Try some H4831 sc It is very heat stable and predictable.

    Start at arround 66gr and work up (70 to72gr should be max).

    I use 91/2 mag primers (Tried the 215s and they were to hot causing
    poor SDs).

    This was my best load for 1000 yrd matches (Using the 200gr MK).

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    Unread 01-31-2010, 09:47 AM
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    Re: 200 gr accubond

    Brass: Once fired Federal
    Powder: 71.5gr H4831SC
    Bullet: 200gr NAB
    Primer: CCI 250
    COAL: 3.62" (base to tip, not ogive)

    Rifle: All factory SAKO M995 .300WM 23 1/2", 1:11

    Scope: 4.5-14.5x40 Leupold B&C

    Distance: 100 yards


    Still have more room for refinement.

    Good luck and happy safe reloading and shooting.


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    Unread 01-31-2010, 01:36 PM
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    Re: 200 gr accubond

    I use 73.2gr Re22, 2950 fps, but note this is book max so go down and work up. This is in a Sendero seated out just short of the lands.
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