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270 Weatherby Loads

 
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Old 07-29-2005, 07:53 AM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

I use 72.0 gr of 7828 with a 140 grain accubond. Excellent accuracy and good bullet. Of course start lower and work your way up.
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Old 07-29-2005, 01:28 PM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

Thanks. Nosler's manual seems to like about 68.5 gr of 7828 with a 150 grain bullet. I have a ton of 150's around so I may try that first and work up from there. I'd be interested to try the 140gr though. Seems like it could be a good split between the 150's and 130's. I tend to like to find a single load that each gun shoots well and leave it at that. The 140gr could make that simpler for me.

Ben
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Old 07-30-2005, 02:48 PM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

Ben, I was able to replicate Weatherby Factory 150s w/ R22.


Weatherby Brass, Federal 215 GMM Primers, 150 Grain Hdy SPIL Flat Base, and ***71*** grains of R22.

*** This was a quite warm load so, please don't start that High.

The R22 Load shows no pressure signs and bolts smoothly after firing.

I was able to Replicate Factory Ballistics w/ IMR7828 but, the Bolt was sticky and primers where starting to Flatten.

R22 is very close to what Weatherby loads their factory rounds w/. I weighed the Wea. factory charge at 71.5 grains of powder. Not sure what kind Weatherby uses looks like R22 but, I think it may be Norma MRP.

Good Luck!

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Old 08-01-2005, 09:36 AM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

Thanks Reloader. I'll give that one a look. Sounds like your load is similar to mine except the powder. And I'm trying like hell to use boat tails for the longer range potential. But with other guns I have to admit I've always gotten my best accuracy with flat bases. Not sure that's ever made sense to me. I had a 300 Win that shot wonderfully with flat based bullets. But the minute you switched the bullets for boattails the group size would double.

Ben
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Old 01-01-2012, 04:47 PM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

happy new years, my 270 bee loves the 140 nosler partition with RL-22 and 72.0grs which is higher then nosler book of 68.5. excellent accuracy
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:27 PM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

Depends on if you have the wby throat or a custom throat. If you have the wby freebore throat then the 68.5 grains of 7828 is a very light load. If you have a custom throat then I don't know. With the standard 270 wby you can easily shoot 74 grains of 7828 with the 150 grain bullet and more in some rifles like mine.
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Old 01-02-2012, 11:58 AM
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Re: 270 Weatherby Loads

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I'd like to stick with the 150's if I can, though a good 130gr would work too. So far I've been working with the 150gr. Sierra boattail and the Nosler 150gr Partitions.

Ben
I have found that the big case likes 140 grain and heavier bullets best. But shoot mostly 150's in mine. There is a new 160 grain bullet out that I plan on trying out this year. Go for near max loads all the time.
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