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300 Tomahawk Dies and Data

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Unread 09-21-2013, 05:04 PM
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300 Tomahawk Dies and Data

Hello everyone, I have read threads from LRH for years and have finally joined.
I want to start off with a good one.
Can anyone help with locating Dies and load Data for a 300 Tomahawk?
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    Re: 300 Tomahawk Dies and Data

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    Originally Posted by Alphahunter1 View Post
    Hello everyone, I have read threads from LRH for years and have finally joined.
    I want to start off with a good one.
    Can anyone help with locating Dies and load Data for a 300 Tomahawk?
    For dies, call Reading, Hornady and John Whidden. I would probably go with Whidden's dies. I'm guessing they all have specs for it. Make sure the dies you get match the reamer. Any of the above should be able to steer you to the right reamer for the dies. There are probably some differences in currently designed reamers.

    For load data, just go by 300 RUM data since the Tomahawk is just a blown out 3oo Rum. Maybe 3 or 4 grains more capacity?

    Maybe someone who owns one will join in, but not all that common of a chambering.
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