all over now, just got into reloading with a RCBS rockchucker Supreme

stryker

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well, the old lady got that glazed look in her eyes but im excited to finally start reloading. i have a few rifles but mostly concerned with my 7mm RUM. specifically looking for information on loads with a 26" barrel. my speer manual used a 24". i am using sierra gameking 160gn spbt. i bought reloader 22 to start but am new to the process. how many different powders should i try. is retumbo better suited to what im doing?? looking for GOOD rescources online. any help is much appreciated to the new guy
 

johnnyk

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Let me be the first to say "Welcome to LRH". You have started a fire that is self-igniting and all consuming. Great hobby to have. The more you shoot, the more you reload, the more you shoot. :) Won't take the little woman long to figure that out either.
For on-line help I go to; (accuratereloading.com, handloads.com, hodgdon.com, nosler.com, reloadersnest.com, alliantpowder.com, lapua.com, ranshot.com and barnesbullets.com). I made a folder under "Favorites" named "Reloading" and copy them all to this folder. I put other stuff in there also, like ballistic tables.
I have never loaded for the 7Rum but plenty of folks on here do. Good luck. JohnnyK.
 

stryker

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house is in MN, i am not very often
well it took me a while but ive just finished loading 20 rounds. :) i have to go home next weekend to get the rest of my brass, and then i can finish working up my load. i went in 1 grain increments from 83 - 87. then i plan on breaking it down to 1/10ths after i find the best group. plan on using the round robin method at 100yds(all thats available right now). any other advice to help. should i break the work up loads differently?
 

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