7mmRUM w/ 180 VLDs


Well-Known Member
Oct 28, 2009
Magee, MS
Hey guys I'm new hear and have been searching but I can't find any good information on 7mmRUM loads.

I have new cases, remington 9 1/2m primers, retumbo and imr 7828 powders.

My biggest problem is I can't find ANY factory recommended load data for the VLDs. I may just completely overlooked it on the site, but I can't find it nor can I find a manual.

I guess I'm just looking for a starting point. I'm new to the reloading game but I'm setup and have what I need... just not the info I need.

btw I'm planning to load hunting rounds through a sandero, stock except for a brake, so I'm limited to a 3.658 length... I did do that much to see where I could go to... I do plan on trying some loads that I can singly feed into the rifle later.
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