.300 Win Mag and 200 Gr Accubonds

Headhunter

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Hey guys,

I am working up a load in my 300 Win Mag using 200 Gr Accubonds. I am getting velocities of around 2800 fps with H1000. I read on this site about MOA settings out to 1000 and I don't know if they were for a 300 Win Mag or one of the Ultra Mags. Can someone get me started on Scope settings out to 1000 to save me some bullets?

Thanks,

Headhunter
 

Ian M

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These are .300 Win drops for the 200 Nosler Accubond and the Sierra Match King shot similarly. Velocity about what you are getting.

ZEROS
200 zero +1.00
300 zero +3.00
400 zero +5.75
500 zero +8.25
600 zero +10.50
700 zero +13.00
800 zero +16.25
900 zero +19.00
1000 zero +22.0
 

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