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25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

Anybody load this anymore? I want to use H1000. I got a good load with Winchester Magnum Powder, but they don't make it anymore.
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    Re: 25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

    I tried H1000 with 110 AB's in a 26" Sendero 25-06. I got about 3300 fps. I started at 54 gr but forget what I maxed out at. RL17 did a lot better in my rifle.

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    Re: 25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

    This may help


    9 loads available in .25-06 Remington with bullet weight equal 115
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    Re: 25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

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    I got a good load with Winchester Magnum Powder, but they don't make it anymore.

    I was at the gun show in Denver last weekend and I saw lots of Win 760 and 780 Supreme. Also Accurate Mag Pro. These could work for you.
    Did you mean Ramshot Magnum or Winchester WMR?






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    Re: 25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

    Winchester Magnum Rifle Powder. Long time ago I traded for 16 pounds of the stuff, and had a good load for several rifles I own. But I ran out a couple years ago, and now I am running out of loaded rounds. I load for all the family, and some of them shoot a lot. The reason I wanted to use H1000, because it works in the other guns I load for. That way I would buy 1-8 pounder, when I find primers.
    What I want to load with the H1000,

    8mm Rem Mag,
    7mm Rem Mag,
    7 STW,
    300 Win Mag,
    270 Win,
    25-06
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    Re: 25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

    I use 115 Gr Nosler Ballistic tips and 120 Gr. Nosler Partitions and H 1000 is the best consistant groups that I can get.
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    Re: 25-06 115 grain Accubond with H1000

    What is your starting load with each weight?
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