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300 Weatherby mag., all bullet weights
BulletPowder WeightPowderVelocityOALPrimerSource
130gr JHP 76.8 grIMR 4350 3,500 fps3.39" Fed LRM guest
Speer 130gr 30-30 flat nose bullet acts like a varmint bullet at ranges less than 250yards.

165gr BTHP 78.0 grIMR 4831 Unknown Fed LRM guest
 

180gr FMJ-BT 82.0 grReloader 22 3,100 fps3.560" CCI LRM guest
Good hunting load, very accurate

180gr JSP 81.0 grH4831sc 3,230 fps3.640" Fed LRM guest
180gr.Hornady Interbond bullet-Wby.brass-Fed.215Mag.primer. The rifle was a win. Mod.70 custom with one bullet dia. freebore. Rifles with more freebore will have less velocity at this powder charge.Groops of one half inch at one hunded yards and kills elk and deer very quick with exelent penatration and expantion on both.

180 gr SP 88.0 grIMR-7828 3,300 fps3.600" Fed LRM guest
Shoots sub moa in 26" 300Wby Accumark. Good load that duplicates factory performance. Must only be used in Weatherby brass. 85 grains for Remington brass.

180gr SP 79.0 grH4831sc Unknown Fed LRM guest
this load is with sierra 180 grain pro-hunters in my accurate mark V weatherby. Bullets are seated .020" from the end of the magazine so they feed smoothly and yet help with 1" freebore. It shot 3 shot group with no pressure signs at .385"

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