Re: .300wm load info?
Bart B wrote that well. Prep your cases as best you can, I do my hunting rounds same as match rounds. Fire your first load then just neck size until you need a slight shoulder bump, a 3 die redding set is fine, the type s bushing is better. I would start by jumping the hornadys about .060" with Imr or H 4350 with CCI BR2 or Fed210m primers, start around 68grns and work up. RE22 and 25 will give more velocity, but they are temp sensative and will give you higher extreme spreads and worse SD than the 4350s. H1000 is good in longer barrels, but the happy medium is H4831sc for speed and consistancy, on the low end I reccomend Federal match brass. With the vlds I reccomend seating them in the lands to start off.