7Rum loads

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by 7Rumloader, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. 7Rumloader

    7Rumloader Well-Known Member

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    I have recently purchased a 7rum sendero and have had alot of trouble finding loads for it due to none of the manuals having this caliber in them. I was hoping someone had some experience with this caliber. I was also wondering if I could use the 300rum data as a reference due to the cases being the same size and capacity??
     
  2. NTM

    NTM Active Member

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    140 accubonds
    87 gr of H4831
    Fed 215 primer
    Rem brass

    That's the only load I have at the moment.
    I e-mailed barnes, hodgson and hornady and they sent me some loads-I don't have them handy but if you want them let me know.
     
  3. 7Rumloader

    7Rumloader Well-Known Member

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    Yea I would like those loads when you get a chance. I have worked with the accubonds with several different powders including the one you mentioned but was not completely satisfied with the acuracy ( most were around 1/2 inch but I am used to better than that with my other guns ). I am very interested in the triple shock X bullets in 140 grain and the 150 grain scirocco but cant find any info and at the rate I been putting bullets down my barrel ( over 120 rounds so far ) it will be shot out before I find a couple of good loads to take care of the different animals I hunt. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
     
  4. NTM

    NTM Active Member

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    Will try to get them to you in the next couple of days. Sorry for the delay.
     
  5. NTM

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    Finally have them.

    Hornady
    139gr SP 74.2-90.4 grs of RL22

    154 gr RN 74.5-86.1 grs of RL22
    83.9-93.7 grs of RL25

    162gr BTSP 75.8-85.9 grs of RL22
    83.2-91.3 grs of RL25


    Swift

    150 gr Scirocco 78.1-84 grs of RL22
    82.3-88.5 grs of RL25

    140gr A Frame-79-85 grs of RL22
    86.5-93 grs of RL25

    160gr A Frame-77.2-83 grs of RL22
    80-86 grs of RL25

    Barnes Bulets

    140XBT H50BMG-101-107c (compressed load)
    H870 102-106 grs
    Retumbo 90-96.5 grs
    H1000 90-95 grs
    H4831 82-87 grs
    IMR4831 74.5-79.5grs
    Imr7828 82-87 grs

    140TSX H50BMG 101.5-107.5c
    H870 102.5-106.5 grs
    Retumbo 90.5-97 grs
    H1000 90.5-95.5 grs
    H4831 82.5-87.5 grs
    140XLC IMR4831 76.5-81.5 grs
    IMR7828 83.5-88.5 grs

    150XBT H50BMG 100-106c
    H870 100-105 grs
    Retumbo 87-93.5 grs
    H1000 86-91 grs

    160TSX H50BMG 94-100c
    H870 95-100 grs
    RETUMBO 88-94 grs
    H1000 86-90 grs.

    160XBT-same as above but 1 grain lower on all figures.

    The barnes figures are right from Barnes bullets.

    The others are from Alliant powder as you can probably tell.
    Hope this helps
     
  6. 7Rumloader

    7Rumloader Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for those loads I really appreciate it! Hope I can help U one day.
     
  7. xmark

    xmark New Member

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    Hi there,

    The new Nosler & Hornady manuals have them in but are a bit on the lite side, I also have a Sendero and am finding ADI 2225 (Ratumbo) to be showing promising signs, 94 grn so far with no excessive pressure signs.
    Hope this is of some help.
     
  8. johnnyk

    johnnyk Well-Known Member

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    xmark,
    Did you look at the date of those post?...Not sure how you came upon this thread. I know 7Rumloader, he used to do alot of his shooting at my house/range when I lived in N.C...seems like a lifetime ago....he and I were burning some powder back then....JohnnyK.