I went to Hornady’s load data web page and they have the A-tip load data on these. Looks like the the .30 cal. Version is for the 300 PRC cartridge and the the 6mm and 6.5mm bullets are for the creedmore and PRC cartridges in their respective calibers.
The load consists of 220 grain Sierra MatchKing Hollow Point Boat Tail Very Low Drag bullets fired at 2850 feet per second. With this load, the 300 Win Mag becomes effective for military engagement out to 1500 yards. That’s just 260 yards short of a mile! Factory Ammo For Your 300 Win Mag
Bruce “B.E.” Hodgdon was the first to introduce this popular propellant in 1950 and, since that time, it has become a favorite for cartridges like the 270 Winchester, 25-06 Remington, 280 Remington and 300 Winchester Magnum.
Jun 03, 2013 · ok so i have finished my batch of brass and i am starting to work on my load data for the 300 BLK. i am using some hornady 150 gr SST and some older spier points that i had laying around. The powder i want to use is LIL GUN, mainly bc i could find it. I have 10 Barnes TXP (i think that is the one...
300 AAC Blackout Load Data. 30-30 Winchester Load Data. 300 Remington Ultra Magnum Load Data. 7.62x51mm NATO Load Data.
Jan 06, 2017 · rifle reloading data 6 indicates maximum load - use caution loads less than minimum charges shown are not recommended. #7430 .264” 130 gr. tmk c.o.a.l. 2.810” indicates maximum load - use caution loads less than minimum charges shown are not recommended. powderi / velocity g 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 h4895 32.0 33.6 35.1 36.7
Jan 29, 2014 · Does anyone have any load data for this bullet, or perhaps something in a very similar weight class? A link to something published, or a page from a current manual listing this powder & bullet combo would be greatly preferred, if such exists. I'm using Lake City cases, and CCI #41 milspec/magnum primers. Thanks to the forum for any assistance.
I will use manufacturer's data over user submitted data unless the manufacturer's data is obviously wrong. Because this is a public effort, I'll leave this page up for others to use. NOTE: I am not claiming that the Miller stability and Litz drift formulas are applicable to all of these bullets -- they are probably not.