I published it here. http://www.loadyourown.com/loaddata/...er.asp?id=3743
Please work up to it slowly and be sure to only use real Weatherby brand brass. I have a very loose old German rifle so I don't know if you will need this much powder to get 3300 out of yours. I would stop at 3300 if you have a 26" barrel. Mine is only 23" and if you subtract th open chambered area under the magnaporting it really is only 21 1/2". To post a picture use brackets [img]....[/img] with the www address to you hosted picture where the periods are. No spaces. You must go host your pictures somewhere like www.hunt101.com
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Here is that old sharpshooter. The guy I got it from could hardly keep it on the paper and sold it to me for $295. He said Weatherby's really aren't very accurate (freebore, skinny barrel yadda yadda) and went back to his 270. He thought it might be shot out too. All I did was mount a Leupold scope on it and loaded up some shells. He did finally admit he might have had a bit of a flinch shooting it. Now the truth comes out. The bore is smooth and the rifling in the throat is perfect. Looks like it's never been shot. It still is originally bedded on the naked wood stock just how it was made. Not even free floated. Factory 2 pound trigger hasn't been touched either. I originally planned to rebarrel it but I think it's just fine like it is now.