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25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

 
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Old 09-26-2010, 06:47 PM
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25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

I was wondering if any of you guys have any info for the 3 of these bullets.... I did see one thread about the bergers so that one gave me some info, but the others I couldnt find.

I tried the search function guys but I couldnt get anything to come up 25-06 related.

btw I went ahead and ordered the e-tips, I want to try em. I tried to order some barnes and some bergers but cabelas was sold out, so I'm HOPING I can pick em up next week when I go pick the rifle up, a new 700 sps stainless.

what powders would you guys recommend also?

I already have a good stash of imr 7828 and some retumbo
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Old 09-26-2010, 07:34 PM
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Re: 25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

Here my duaghter load data
this is a ruger target model and shoost great .5 moa or better

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100 gr nosler ballistic tip 48.5 gr h4350 3.270 OAL


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Re: 25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

It is hard to beat IMR 4350 or H-4831 in a 25-06.

The load that I have used to deer hunt for many years has not changed.

49 grs IMR 4350, Rem case, CCI 250 mag primer, 117 Sierra pro hunter 3000 fps and will shoot under 1" at 300 yards on a calm day. I have killed well over 100 deer with this rifle and load and I have not had to shoot one twice and 99% of the time they drop in their tracks.
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Re: 25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

I'll pick up some 4350 then! and probably pick up some 4831 also.

I'm gunna try several different loads over time, but I was wanting something to start with to get myself and the rifle dialed in. Which I'll prolly pick up a box of ammo just for sighting in and then go from there with the hand loads, and that way I'll have some fire formed cases.
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Re: 25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

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It is hard to beat IMR 4350 or H-4831 in a 25-06.
I got interested in RL17 shortly after it was released. Only problem is that they did not release data for a number of likely candidate cartridges.

Manufacturer tech support said IMR4350 data should work for most.

At COL 3.185", I've found that RL17 49.0 / under either Nosler 115 B-Tips, or the older 120 Solid Base will go into 0.40" - 0.50" groups @ 100 pretty easily.

Interestingly, IMR4350 (48.0 / COL 3.185") seems to work better for the 100 B-Tips.

All of the above were fired from factory Rem700's (22" Mountain & 24" Sporter).

Understand that you originally asked about E-Tips, but maybe the data will transfer. If the profile of the e-tip is similar to the b-tip, I'd suggest you seat them to 3.185", & as always, start low - & work up slow. Pretty sure you will find the sweet spot.


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49 grs IMR 4350, Rem case, CCI 250 mag primer, 117 Sierra pro hunter 3000 fps and will shoot under 1" at 300 yards on a calm day.
Have you found in your experience, that seating depth makes a lot of difference - w/ this cartridge? Thanks.


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Re: 25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

Yes length makes a differance
I started at 3.200 and now am at 3.270
I will not go any longer that puts me .030 off the lands
I dont like getting to close(just my thing)
Next Im going to up my charge to 49 gr of H4350
This load shoots less than 1/2 moa
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