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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by meat head, Nov 13, 2013.
Browning A-Bolt, Anyone have a load? Suggestion, Reply's appreciated THANK'S
I hope this helps, this is what I used for my load.
http://www.hodgdon.com/PDF/H4895 Reduced Rifle Loads.pdf
I'm using this in my girlfriends X-bolt , it shoots well . we still don't have on game performance , but I think it will do ok . it's a slightly reduced recoil load .
120 nosler ballistic tip , 39.0 grains of H 4895 , cci 200 primer , rem brass , 2.800 COAL measured off the tip .
I agree completely. Those loads on the Hodgdon site are tested and they are proved. I made up some .243 rounds for a friend's daughter and she did just fine.
I also tested them in 30-30, .308 and 30-06 and all shot very accurately.
My two pet loads are =
120grain ballistic tip , 49.5 grains of H 414 and CCI Br2 primers.
Same bullet 45 grains of Varget and same primer.
Both loads are over 3000 ft/sec and very accurate (Under 1/10th of an inch at 100 yards)
recoil is very mild.
Work up to these loads in your rifle to be safe.
J E CUSTOM
Another vote for the Hodgdon reduced loads. I load the 110 VMax in my .308 for my kids to shoot. They shouldn't have a problem in your 7-08 and you might be surprised by the accuracy.
I just loaded some 139 Horn SST with 37gr Varget. Great load, less than 1" groups at 100yrds!!!
THANK'S GUY'S my brother has some Varget and 130's he will try.