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FordF150

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Hi All I'm a Nooby to this Forum and reloading and I'm looking for some help.

I have a Remington 700 Sendero 2 L/A chambered in .300 Win Mag 26inch Bl with 1-10 twist

I came into some (consumables) as listed and looking for some formulas.
Powder- IMR 4895, IMR 4166, and Hogdon H4831 SC
New Hornady Brass
Projectiles-ELD-X 178grn
Primers-ICC Win Mag
hope to get some info...Thanks Harry
 

johnnyk

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Welcome! Hodgdon's website list H4831 but not SC and a 175gn bullet but not a 178gn. Overall cartridge length is 3.300".

Starting load is 72.0gn @ 2,843fps (46,600 CUP), Max load is 76.5gn's @ 3,006fps (53,100 CUP). This data is with a 24" barrel.
 

floyd kittrell

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Hodgdon -IMR , Same company , has a reloading magazine printed every year , all supply stores on line carry them , they normally run between $5-$10 dollars ( Midway , Midsouth , Brownells , Powder valley) and many more will carry them . Just order one when you order reloading supplies , Hodgdon probably has loads for 300WM on line as do many others.
 

FordF150

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Hodgdon -IMR , Same company , has a reloading magazine printed every year , all supply stores on line carry them , they normally run between $5-$10 dollars ( Midway , Midsouth , Brownells , Powder valley) and many more will carry them . Just order one when you order reloading supplies , Hodgdon probably has loads for 300WM on line as do many others.
Thanks for the heads up, I'm in Canada and information
 

kiwikid

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I would think that any reloading manual on the planet would have a load for H-4831 and the 300 Win Mag. Purchase a manual and read it, there is much to be learned from them. Hope that helps. Good luck and welcome to the best forum on the net.
Harry, sedan cowboy has given you some great advice here. I see there are a couple of gun stores in Oshawa and a Cabalas store in Vaughan. Cabalas appear to have the Hornady, Lyman and Nosler manuals plus others. Any of the named three will give you a lot of very valuable info that you can refer back to in the future. The main aim of reloading is to make more accurate ammo safely and the more you know the safer you will be. Good luck and warm barrels.
 

19elkhunter51

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When I started out I did not have a clue on reloading. I purchased several reloading manuals and read them completely. Lyman, Sierra, Hornady were all read before I even purchased any equipment.
You will love reloading your own cartridges. BE PATIENT! Take your time and be focused on the reloading. No TV, tablet or someone talking to you.
Most important, ENJOY.
 
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