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Unread 06-19-2010, 02:45 AM
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270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

I'm working on a load using reloader 22 for my marlin xl7 270 win using 140 gr accubonds. I did some searching but didn't find what i was looking for. I'm looking for start and max load data on RL-22. Or if someone wants to share their secret load recipes. Thanks
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    Re: 270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

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    I'm working on a load using reloader 22 for my marlin xl7 270 win using 140 gr accubonds. I did some searching but didn't find what i was looking for. I'm looking for start and max load data on RL-22. Or if someone wants to share their secret load recipes. Thanks
    Shoot a P.M. to Royinidaho. He loads RL-22 In his 270. He'll have some great info for you. Just make sure NOT to try to match his load. Youll likely blow up.
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    Re: 270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

    I have recieved an email from Roy and he does like the RL22. For what its worth I have had good groups using 140 acc. bonds with 58 grs. of H4831 SC. But I will admit I don't have RL22 and can't comment. Roy scared me a little when he said it is a little temperature sensitive. Good luck
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    Re: 270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

    Thanks for the replys. I email Roy and he returned a PM message. I plan to try RL-22 out, and if don't work out I'll try H4831SC. Seems the 270 win like Rl22 and H4831SC. Is their a difference why people like to use h4831SC more than H4831? Same powder just one is short cut right? The reason why is I can get H4831, since the shop seems to carry this more than the short cut.
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    Re: 270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

    Seems to be easier to work with
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    Re: 270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

    The H4831 and H4831SC powders are identical except the short cut version is easier to run through a powder thrower. I have only used H1000 with 140 grain Hornady BTSP bullets. I may try some H4831sc in my 270W to see what kind of groups I can get.
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    Re: 270 win 140 gr Accubonds RL22

    I have a little bit of H4831. A buddy of mine swears around 58gr of H4831SC is his most accurate load for his 270 win using 140 gr AB. I wonder if I can copy that with H4831? of coarse I would work up to it. I was trying to be different and use RL-22 since I have a lot. I've heard both are great powers.
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