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The popular formula on here is: 300 win + 215's + H1000 = amazing.

I have to agree with big bulls, you should use a much slower burning powder, especially with such a heavy bullet and one that will fill that case all the way up. I dont feel the 4350's are pushing this case to its full potential. Start with lighter charges and slowly work your way up, watching for pressure signs as you go. I use the burger 210 myself in my 30-378, getting great groups. Have fun.

Thanks!Quick load has 3.590" oal, max pressure at 69.5 grains. there are better powders for that bullet out there. start low and work up. good luck

Thanks to all for your advice! Much appreciated!!Thanks!

How many grains of H 1000 did you end up with? I will plan to start a few grains below this and work up slowly.

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The popular formula on here is: 300 win + 215's + H1000 = amazing.

yup.

My 300 win load with 210's is 75.5 of H1000. Federal magnum primers. That load wasn't hot in my rifle. Nosler Brass. Same load worked with Hornady Brass.How many grains of H 1000 did you end up with? I will plan to start a few grains below this and work up slowly.

Thanks! I have the H1000 on order! Will try some 215 grains as well!My 300 win load with 210's is 75.5 of H1000. Federal magnum primers. That load wasn't hot in my rifle. Nosler Brass. Same load worked with Hornady Brass.

Thanks for the advice!210 , 215 Berger, H-1000 start 74.0 max around 78.0

IMR7977 good alternative start one grain less

210 vld just touching is golden