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Unread 09-19-2008, 09:25 AM
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110 accubond and h4350

I am trying to work up a load for a Ruger #1 in 25-06. Can anyone tell me the max load for a 110 grain accubond over h4350? 4350 seems to be the most accurate powder out of this gun. I am currently using 48 grains with 0 signs of pressure. Thanks for any info.
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    Re: 110 accubond and h4350

    Whats your velocity like???

    I was using 51g H4831sc with my 110g AB's at 3085fps and 1/2 MOA groups.
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    Re: 110 accubond and h4350

    I don't know yet. I have borrowed a chrony and will be getting some velocities this weekend. I have a load using 59g of Retumbo also but the accuracy is better with the H4350.

    Thanks for the info
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    Re: 110 accubond and h4350

    As a tangent, I also have a load for 117 grain Hornady interlock SST's. Can any one comment on their terminal performance?

    Thanks
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    Re: 110 accubond and h4350

    Its getting about 3070 with H4350 and about 1/2" groups. I'm getting 3250 with 59 grains of Retumbo and about .75" groups. All the loads shot from prone with a harris bipod and a rolled jacket for a rear support.
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    Re: 110 accubond and h4350

    Nice...

    I'd almost go with the Retumbo load...Doubt you'll notice .25" in the field...Additional 200fps is nice on the receiving end of things...

    Try the 2 loads at longer ranges and see how they compare in accuracy. Thats what I would do to determine which load I would end up using...
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    Re: 110 accubond and h4350

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    Its getting about 3070 with H4350 and about 1/2" groups. I'm getting 3250 with 59 grains of Retumbo and about .75" groups. All the loads shot from prone with a harris bipod and a rolled jacket for a rear support.
    3250 fps with Retumbo - Impressive. I am only getting 3325 in my 257 Wby using the same bullet and 74.0 of H1000 out of a 24" vangaurd barrel.

    One thing I found with my Ruger #1 in 6mm Rem is that it is important to neck size only and put a clocking mark on the case head. My 6mm shoots into the 3's.

    Sounds like you are there with the 110AB. Good hunting!
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