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Old 04-08-2012, 04:48 PM
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*help* 22-250 load

im pickin up my coyote gun tomorrow a Remington 700 SPS Varmint in 22-250 and would like to know exact load specs..
ie.
grain of bullet
type of bullet
powder type
exact grains of powder measured

also new to reloading so anything would help out.. thanks men
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Old 04-08-2012, 05:56 PM
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Re: *help* 22-250 load

Go to Hodgdon data center.They have data on the net you can pick loads-powder bullet.
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:20 PM
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Re: *help* 22-250 load

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im pickin up my coyote gun tomorrow a Remington 700 SPS Varmint in 22-250 and would like to know exact load specs..
ie.
grain of bullet
type of bullet
powder type
exact grains of powder measured

also new to reloading so anything would help out.. thanks men
Mr. Bonner is correct...Go to Hodgens site for loads.

I use 50-55 gr Hornady Vmax's
Varget powder
34.5 to 36.0 grains of Varget
Rem and Lapua casings and CCI primers

I have the Rem VLS model in 22-250
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:46 PM
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"... new to reloading so anything would help out.. thanks men "

The 'best' help I can give you is to start with a good loading manual, pick a bullet you think you want to try and develop your own charge. I could give you my preferred loads but if you used them you would only be reloading for my rifle and it's not yours.
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Old 04-08-2012, 08:59 PM
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Re: *help* 22-250 load

Use any 40-55grn bullets with the exception of the 53grn v-max it won't stabilze in your 14 twist, unless your rifle is magic. The new nosler varmmagedon 40 and 55grn tipped flat base bullets work great, flat base bullets driven hard enough will likely be more accurate out to about 450. Imr 3031, 4064, and 4895 are good powders as well as Varget, H4895, H335, RE10x and RE15. CCI BR2 or Fed210M primers work great, and federal or lapua brass.
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:11 AM
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Re: *help* 22-250 load

i have a lymans manual but just wanted some field experience lol...
@backwoods which one of ur choices of powder would burn cleanest??
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:24 AM
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Re: *help* 22-250 load

Out of all the powders listed in my post from my experience Varget is the cleanest, but H4895 and 4064 aren't bad either. H335 is the dirtiest. RE10, 3031, and H335 are better suited to 40-45grn bullets, Varget and 4064 seem to work best under 55grn pills. I have driven 40grn noslers to 4389 fps with Imr 8208xbr, but case life is almost non exsistent (2 loads).
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