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7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

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Unread 01-03-2010, 07:03 PM
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7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

I will be working up loads for a new senedero in 7mm
I want to use the nosler 160 gr accubond and the hornady 162 gr amax
any input on powder type and charge weight?
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    Unread 01-03-2010, 09:08 PM
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    Re: 7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

    These are my 2 loads for my 7mmRM. No preasure signs at all, but work up to them in your gun.
    These have been at least 3/4MOA out to 820yrds. Rem700 factory barrel, with break.
    Im wanting to try 65.5 H4831SC. I hope to get 2950fps with this load as well.

    7mmRM Win case
    162 AMAX
    Fed 215
    Coal 3.290
    65.0 H4831SC
    2924 fps 24in
    .454 @ 100

    7mmRM Win case
    162 AMAX
    Fed 215
    Coal 3.290
    60.5 IMR 4350
    2954 fps 24in
    .421 @ 100
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    Re: 7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

    is there a differance in the 4831sc and the 4831?
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    Re: 7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

    SC stands for short cut powder kernels. It will meter better. I havent ever used H4831, or IMR4831.
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    Re: 7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

    73gr H1000
    federal cases
    federal 215 primer
    26" barrel
    3060 fps

    this is for both 160 accubond and 162a-max

    Stu.
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    Re: 7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

    stu
    I see you amount of H1000 is 3 gr over the max on any table I can find
    are you pushing this load really hot or are the tables over conservative.
    I fond the same thing with my 223 loaded it to one table and another one said it was a compressed load, shot real good with no adverse signs so I stayed with it,shoot great
    Les
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    Re: 7mm loads 160 gr accubond and 162 A max

    I've had excellent results using 68.6grs. of IMR7828 160NAB @ .010" off the lands lit up with a FED215m in Win. brass. 3110fps all day long, with no signs of high pressure in my REM. 700. I know this is over max in the books, but works great in my rifle. My load used to be 66.4 for the same velocity, but the last keg of 7828 must be a bit slower. The full size powder, not the 7828ssc. The ssc would not give me the velocity without signs of higher than acceptable pressure. Start low and work up.
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