I found a 270 Winchester in my favorite of all factory rifles, the Weatherby Mark V Super Big Game Master. The intent was to load 140 grain Ballistic Tips and 140 Partitions with RL19 until the supply of components goes back to normal ( I have alot of RL19 with not alot of use right now). Mounted a Vortex Razor 3-15x42 HD LH and shot my first ladder with 10 loads going 1.5 grains past book max. Very disappointed. My 24 inch barrel was just 15FPS faster than book max velocity with an extra 1.5 grains. Slow barrel blues. After doing inventory I decided I have more than enough RL26 to shoot a ladder. To save on primers and powder I just went pressure testing to start with 59.5 - 60.0 - 60.5 - and 61.0 grains lit with WLR primers in new W-W cases seated to 3.350" OACL. Holy smokes is this stuff fast! My goal was to get to 3100FPS. My ladder started at 3181 and ended at 3256. No extractor marks, flat primers, nothing. I loads 5 of each and find that 59.5 to 60.0 is a wide node and the ES between them is 32FPS and 60.0 has an Average velocity of 3207 with an ES of 9. Shot 5 more at 60.0 with no Magneto and shot poorly, using a rear bag and a bi-pod. Called 1 and 3 pushed and still landed at 1.1 MOA. Take out 1 and 3 and It was .4ish for 3 holes. Play the if game all day right?, but still great potential I think. I am going to try and get out and shoot this 60 grain load at 200 and 400 this weekend and see how it stretches out.