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Unread 02-10-2009, 07:41 AM
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Re: 270wsm recipes

So what are your "real loads"? What velocity ? I'm getting a shade over 3,100 FPS which is a "hot" load for this caliber. Mag pro was designed for these "WSM" cartridges.
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    Re: 270wsm recipes

    I don't have any. There is no point to go any further. With MagPro you can dump and go. Have not chrono'd the load, but off of the drops, it is in the 3100 fps range.
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    Re: 270wsm recipes

    FL sized primer cci magnum
    powder MagPro
    bullet 150 SST's
    case +/- .002 2.100
    oal +/- .002 2.77
    grains.......o to o.......c to c
    67.5.........1.35.........1.079
    68............0.716.......0.439
    68.5.........0.966.......0.689
    69............1.132.......0.855
    69.5.........0.765.......0.488
    70............1.125.......0.848


    o to o: outside group measurement
    c to c: center to center group measurement - (outside - .277)

    I use 69.5 grains and get an average muzzle velocity of 3100 out of a Tikka T3 lite.


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    Re: 270wsm recipes

    You can go here and scroll down for some reading on 270WSM.

    LongRangeHunting read only data for posted/listed loads
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    Re: 270wsm recipes

    I tried numerous bullets & powder in my sako, settled on 130 scirocco and65 gr rx 19 with cci 250 in rem cases. Shoots real well and the bullet will hold together.
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    Re: 270wsm recipes

    Expensive bullets. I have yet to shoot a coyote with those 110 V-Maxs.
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    Re: 270wsm recipes

    I hve recently done some work with my .270wsm. It has a shillen #8 contour select match grade barrel finished at 26 but with brake it is 28. I have found it shoots the best with rl 19. specifically i use 64.5 gr of rl-19 seated to 2.345, or 5 thou off the lands and grooves with a nosler 13-0 gr ballistic tip. It shoots at an average velocity of 3263 fps with a es of 18. here are some pics. not sure this will help but good luck and let me know if you i can help further.













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