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anyone do any load developement for a #1 300 H&H

 
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:31 PM
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Re: anyone do any load developement for a #1 300 H&H

thanks pal! I appreciate all youve done
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Old 01-21-2013, 04:24 PM
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Re: anyone do any load developement for a #1 300 H&H

Right now my favorite load in Win. Model 70 26 inch barrel is Case WW ,Primer CCI 250, IMR4350 65.0gr, Nosler 180gr Partition Spitzer, COAL 3.565, I tried 150 gr bullets could not get it to group very well. When I run out of Partitions bullets I'm going to Nosler Accubond 180gr. This load is Max load in Reloading Manual.
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Old 01-21-2013, 05:08 PM
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Re: anyone do any load developement for a #1 300 H&H

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thanks pal! I appreciate all youve done
Have a good one bud.... the 30 rum we've been talking about on the other thread should be a hoot too.

I like the h@h rounds and would probably have both the 30 and 375 if I hadn't landed on a 300 win I can't bear to trade. I do have a remmy in 375 h@h that is an awesome rifle (only weighs 8# scoped). I'd think about their 7mm( the 275 h@h) but it is really obscure and fires .288" bullets. It's pretty much a no go.
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Old 01-22-2013, 12:10 PM
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Re: anyone do any load developement for a #1 300 H&H

Just logged on here after many moons of being absent.

The #1 in H&H I have is finicky on OAL... it's a VERY short throated beast.
Right now Im running out the remainder of my 168 CT loads ~ 1moa... will eventually goto the 180 Hornady flat base with about 70 grains of RL22 and a 215... The brass type Ive found irrelevant in the accuracy department... short of a dandy rifle, most Rugers are a 1-1.5moa weapon.
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