We have had great success with IMR 7828 and RL22. Chrono'd my Remington 700 300 win mag (5R) 26" barrel with 200 gr accubonds today and was amazed to see 2741 fps.

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If you want to shoot a 150 gr bullet go to the Accubond. I am going to work up to the same load with the 200gr PT. I'd start a grain or two less than max, and work up. Avg velocity today was 2963 fps. This is why Bruce Hodgdon named it that. 300 Win Mag Load Data. I am getting 2900+ out of my 300WM w/24" tube and 200gr GK's. I can't see you going wrong with RL22, RL25 or maybe Retumbo also.

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73-74gr of RL22 will get you 2850-2950FPS out of your 24" barreled 300 Win.

Sniper’s Hide is a community of Snipers of all kinds, focusing on long range shooting, accuracy, and ballistics. In my Remington 700 LR .300 win mag with a 26" 1:10 twist factory barrel, I was getting 1/2moa or better today. No data for you for the long 300 my experience is with the WSM. Mike is spot on. Top of the line performance matched with a top notch customization features.

Re: 300 win mag load with 4350 I would look at using IMR4831, instead of the H4350.

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RL22 and 200's seems to work in just about every 300WM I have tried it out of. Book value shows 2862fps for imr 4831 powder @67 grains.

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Here is what I have. Sierra says 73.8 and Hodgdon says 74.0 as a max. Chrono'd my Remington 700 300 win mag (5R) 26" barrel with 200 gr accubonds today and was amazed to see 2741 fps. That isn't far off what I get with 73gr's so you sound pretty good to me. 112 fps slower?

Avg velocity today was 2963 fps. The burn rate can vary from lot-to-lot.

The 300 Win Mag’s short case neck is not detrimental to accuracy, and it is actually capable of near bench-rest like groups with the proper load in a high quality rifle.

The load data from nosler doesn't list the 300 win mag, just a 300 win.

H4831 a lot of it. I have found that 74.2 grs IMR 4350 with 150s is usually really accurate in the 300 Win mag.

Start lower and work up to what your rifle likes. I had very good accuracy, .75 moa, with 80 grains of R22 in Winchester case and cci250. RL 25 works quite well if 22 and 7828 do not work out for you. It is currently Mon Nov 02, 2020 10:29 pm. I have new federal brass and magnum primers and imr 4350 and imr 4830. 112 fps slower? Just need some in site as to what you guys think.

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The 150gr partition did though.

Powders include Hodgdon, Winchester, Alliant, IMR I went to a bonded bullet. Using bullets from Nosler. On several deer at moderate ranges and one up close I would find just pieces of jacket left. 3300fps so it's a hot one. Need a bit of help. You must log in or register to reply here.

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