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.300 Win Mag

 
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Old 12-24-2007, 08:01 PM
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clint,try a google search for riflebarrels.com.its a site for dan llija rifle barrels,has a page on long range rifles,loads,bullets,etc.very good info.i dont shoot 180's in my 300wm.200 gr or heavier to get real good bc and retained energy.just a thought----"how far can you throw a feather"?jason

i also dont use magnum primers anymore.i use cci br2 primers.better extreme spread between shots=smaller groups at long range.

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Old 12-30-2007, 08:48 AM
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Mine will shot 180 0r 200 gr Accubonds essentially the same with the max load of RL -22. Shot 180's this year now working with the 200's, as I think the next time that rifle goes to the field it will be for elk. If I am on my game both will shoot in the .5's out of my factory barrel savage.
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Old 12-31-2007, 12:44 AM
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I reload for 7 different 300 win mags and 75.5 gr RL22 works very well in all. It is the "Most Accurate Powder Tested" in the Nosler #5 manual.

However, I have been having excellent results with the 200 gr Accubond and 76 gr RL25. About 2950 fps and exceptional accuracy.
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