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RELOADING FOR A .300WinMg REM SENDERO

 
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Old 10-15-2008, 08:05 PM
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Re: RELOADING FOR A .300WinMg REM SENDERO

MERO, I shot a 300 Win Mag. I've tried many different bullets and powders for my Rem 700 you will want to try the Berger 168 VLD. It made all the difference for long range stuff for me. I can vouch for this bullet on big game at long range. I don't know how it does up close.
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Old 10-23-2008, 03:03 PM
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Re: RELOADING FOR A .300WinMg REM SENDERO

I may hunt deer, elk and bear with mine, it loves H-1000 and 200 gr accubonds. The H-1000 is not very temp sensitive so it works in almost all hunting weather conditions, 20 to 60 deg.
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