7mm Rem Mag & 140 Accubond

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by nebhunt, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. nebhunt

    nebhunt Active Member

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    Anyone have a pet load for the 7mm Remington Mag and the 140 gr Accubond. I also have some 140 gr TTSX I will be working on.
     
  2. roninflag

    roninflag Well-Known Member

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    69 grain h4831. most guys use h-1000 though.
     

  3. nebhunt

    nebhunt Active Member

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    So far I have worked up to 67gr of H4831sc with 3060 fps and no pressure signs. I do have some H1000 and Retumbo to try out. Thanks for your info.
     
  4. baldhunter

    baldhunter Well-Known Member

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    Either 65.0grs of IMR-4350 or 69.5grs of Reloader-22 is what works for me with that bullet in my 7mags.It runs around 3200fps.
     
  5. DKA

    DKA Well-Known Member

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    Have not used Accubond 140 Gr but have used 160 Gr Accubond over H1000 and is very accurate load!!
     
  6. nebhunt

    nebhunt Active Member

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    If anyone can share their load data using H1000 in the 7mm Rem Mag I would appreciate it.
    Thanks in advance. Bob
     
  7. jsthntn247

    jsthntn247 Well-Known Member

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    H-1000 is best when used with 160 grains and up bullets in the 7mag. I would stick with RL-22 or H4350. I have never met a 7 mag that wouldn't shoot 65gr of rl22 and a 150grain bullet under .75", so I would reccomend starting there and going up until you find a good group or reach pressure with the 140's.