load for 270win with 150gr

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by EastHunter, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. EastHunter

    EastHunter Well-Known Member

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    Hi.

    Just purchase a box of 150gr berger vld hunting and im looking for good load.

    The rifle like 150 for sure(in nosler partition) wonder if it will like same load.

    Im curently using h4350 powder.
     
  2. trailrider121

    trailrider121 Well-Known Member

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    I'll be working on the same thing soon as well. Anyone got any loads using 150's.
     

  3. captainemil

    captainemil Well-Known Member

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    did ya come up with any loads? lookin for sum on my 270
     
  4. liltank

    liltank Well-Known Member

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  5. EastHunter

    EastHunter Well-Known Member

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    Sorry for the long time for answer, Hunting season!!!!!!!

    Did not got the time to work the load, to much work and have done load for a 45-70.

    Send a email at this adress bergerltd@aol.com They will send you load for many powder load.


    By the way have sold the 270win to a friend of mine. Got a tikka t3 varminer rifle set triger in 7mm to replace it!!!!! Cant wait to spring to load it!
     
  6. moosekiller99

    moosekiller99 Active Member

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    I am getting great results with the vld 150 and Reloader 22 and IMR 4831. I'm using the Berger load data they provide with maximums for both powders. They will send it to you if you request it. 1 MOA @ 300 yds with 53.2 grains of IMR 4831. This is with a pretty much "stock" Ruger M-77 tang safety model.
     
  7. green 788

    green 788 Well-Known Member

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    I like 52.5 grains (max load) of IMR 4350 with Sierra 150 grain Gamekings.

    Shooting it out to past 1000 yards... way more accurate than you'd think.

    With the H4350, start at 50 grains and work up... check sources and compare max loads, but I can tell you in a short throated Savage factory barrel I get no pressure problems with the IMR 4350 load. It goes 2750 fps from the 22" barrel...


    Dan