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Old 07-18-2010, 10:45 PM
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200gr for 300 win

Drew a Moose tag and plan on using a new 300 win.
Hope to get some information on the 200gr Accubond for hunting the
moose with and some reloading data if anyone has it....
Unknown distance, the rifle is a Rem 700 24in barrel.....
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Old 07-18-2010, 11:08 PM
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Re: 200gr for 300 win

I have some of these bullets for my 300winmag, but have not loaded them yet. I am currently working on the 210gr berger vld on this rifle and hope to get some of the noslers loaded soon to compare. However, nosler says to load a max load of 79.5 gr of H-1000 which has been my best powder so far for the 300 winmag.
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Old 07-19-2010, 02:56 PM
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Re: 200gr for 300 win

I load the 200 gr AB over 71 grs of Re 22 in Win. brass. Shoots at 2950 fps and groups .5 - .75 moa. Of coarse thats in my rifle. I've only used it on whitetails, but none of them ever complained.

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Old 07-19-2010, 08:14 PM
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Re: 200gr for 300 win

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Drew a Moose tag and plan on using a new 300 win.
Hope to get some information on the 200gr Accubond for hunting the
moose with and some reloading data if anyone has it....
Unknown distance, the rifle is a Rem 700 24in barrel.....
Currently running 79 grains of H-1000 with the 200 Accubond I am getting 2887 fps ave, consistantly under 1/2" at 100. This load is pretty warm for my 300 and primer pockets last for four loads using Win Brass. I am going to rework with Nosler brass and see if pocket life gets better. If not...... well no big deal just means new brass a little more often. Do not overlook H-4831 or RL-22 just depends on what your rifle likes.
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Old 07-19-2010, 08:24 PM
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Re: 200gr for 300 win

were loading 70 grns of IMR 4350 with a cci 250 mag primer and a 200grn Accubond. they were running 3023 out of a browning Abolt.
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Old 07-22-2010, 06:11 PM
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Re: 200gr for 300 win



(100 yard group off SAKO M995 23 1/2" barrel)

200gr NAB, 71.5gr H4831SC, CCI250, Federal brass, 3.62" (base to tip, not ogive) - still have plenty of room for refinement - no pressure signs thus far.

Good luck!

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Re: 200gr for 300 win

Start lower and work up in your rifle



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