Hello, This is my first post on this forum having previously only posted on both Nitro Express and Accurate Reloading Forums. I have only just discovered this site /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/blush.gif I have just made my first move towards a long range hunting ability with the purchase of a Sendero SFII in .300 Win Mag. Load testing has rarely begun as weather here in the U.K and work commitments have allowed for only 2 outings to the range so far. Initial trials look promising with standard Factory GECO 180 soft nosed shooting into 3/8 for 3 shots at 100 yards. The only mod to the rifle is to the bedding and an adjustment to trigger pull down to a more acceptable 2 1/2 lbs. I have my first hand-load worked up to try (weather permitting this week -end) the load uses W-W brass; Fed #215 primers and so far 200 grain accubonds I have 20 rounds made up with H 1000 - 10 with 78.5 grains and a further 10 with 78.7 grains, these have been used by forumites on the AR forums and found to give good results on accuracy. I have a tub of Rel #22 on the shelf and was thinking of trying that also (possibly around the 71 -72 grain mark??) I also have and would like to try out the Barnes TSX 180 grainers as I have had great accuracy with the .270" 130 grain version. Again W-W brass and Fed 215 primers are to be used. Has anyone found a sane accuracy load for this bullet or have any feedback on its accuracy and terminal perfomrance and that of the Accubond? I have found that the magazine length of the Sendero will permit loading close to the lands if this will make any great difference. Any thoughts or data would be greatly appreciated.