Hybrid 100V?

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by RMinMT, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. RMinMT

    RMinMT Member

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    Anyone try Hybrid 100V in the 300 win mag with 180's?

    I started with H4350 and while I have found before in the 300 win mag H4350 does fine even with 180's I was looking again to use H4831sc but recently read about the Hybrid 100V.

    I use H4831sc for 200 grainers in the 300 win mag. It'll do 2950 fps with 200's as will Retumbo but H4831sc does it with a bit less powder.
     
  2. Spotter300

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    I know this posting is old, but it could help other people wondering the same thing....

    Yes, I use Hybrid 100V and H1000 with my 180 grain Accubonds in my .300 win mag and both shoot sub MOA, many groups under 3/4 MOA with RP and Hornady brass, cci 250's. O.C.L 3.330"

    I tend to use more 100V because it uses less powder at 68.50 grains vs. H1000 at 79.00 grains compressed load. Both recipes are listed in Noslers vol.7
     

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  3. Rem700addict

    Rem700addict Well-Known Member

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    My .300wm really likes H4831, with nickel sized 3 shot groups at 100yrds. I've also been having good results with RL25, it definitely packs the case. All of my testing has been done with Hornady 180grn bullets.
     
  4. Spotter300

    Spotter300 Member

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    Right on.

    I've tested H4831 in my win mag. also with great results. I stated testing these powders because I plan to shoot the new Nosler 190 grain LR hunting Accubonds, and also these two powders produce less pressure.

    The stickers on my targets are only 1/2" diameter.

    Here's a picture of my last group in the ladder test with H1000 I shot on July 3rd this year. The first 3 shots are just over .250" c to c, then the other 2 shots opened it up to .710" I still want to play with this load bumping it up in .1 increments and hope to get it to 1/2 MOA.
     

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