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Unread 07-15-2012, 05:51 PM
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Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

Oh yeah, FYI, Browning chrome/moly/ loves rust like no other.
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    Unread 07-23-2012, 08:19 PM
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    Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

    You're a good son. I picked up a Sako A7 270wsm last year. Love the caliber for the reasons stated by winmag.
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    Unread 07-26-2012, 11:55 PM
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    Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

    Winchester Model 70 Featherweight in 270 WSM here, one of the nicest guns on the market in my opinion.
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    Unread 07-27-2012, 12:10 PM
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    Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

    Another vote for 270 WSM.
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    Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

    I have several 300 wsm the 150 grain BST or TTSX is flatter than the 270 wsm and does not kick much more than the 140 gr 270 wsm. I have one scope zeroed for 150 bst for deer/antelope/goats and the 180 for the bear/elk/moose.
    300 wsm is faster, flatter, hits harder and good to any reasonable range one should be shooting.
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    Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

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    I have several 300 wsm the 150 grain BST or TTSX is flatter than the 270 wsm and does not kick much more than the 140 gr 270 wsm. I have one scope zeroed for 150 bst for deer/antelope/goats and the 180 for the bear/elk/moose.
    300 wsm is faster, flatter, hits harder and good to any reasonable range one should be shooting.

    What powders are you using in the 300WSM, and at what velocity?
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    Re: 300wsm or 270wsm

    For the 300WSM;
    RL-17 & a 180 Accubond gets close to 3100 fps.
    RL-19 & a 180 gets close, but a touch less velocity than 17.
    H-4350 is a performer too.

    I'm told that IMR-7828ssc is a solid performer with 200 grain Accubonds.

    For the 270WSM,
    If your launching 140 Accubonds, look no further than RL-19. It has been the best performer in all three 270WSM's I load for, & countless others on this forum. 3100 fps is Easily attainable in most rifles.
    If your looking at launching the Matrix bullets, or the new Bergers, Magpro, Retumbo, & even H-1000 have been noted for velocity.
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