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Old 08-23-2005, 04:14 AM
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What is your favorite 300 Win Mag load, either hand load or factory or both for Elk?

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...I really Like the Remington Safari-Grade stuff in a factory-load. Specifically because I favor Swift A-Frames. I have harvested a considerable amount of game with A-Frames, and they work great...Especially if I was rollin-up my own loads, The A-Frame would be IT - HANDS-DOWN.

...I have used Winchester ammunition in all shapes and sizes over the years, and their Fail-Safe bullet is another great PENETRATOR. I am looking forward to using the new Accubond load here in the near future also.

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Old 08-24-2005, 09:00 AM
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What is your favorite 300 Win Mag load, either hand load or factory or both for Elk?

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My elk load for my hunting rifle of 20 years, was a 180 grain Nosler (partition) bullet and a good dose of IMR-4831 powder.
74 grains of powder which is a MAX LOAD!!! Velocity was over 3100fps.
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Old 08-24-2005, 09:24 AM
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don't know about a Elk load, how about Alaskan Moose? I use Barnes XLC 180 BT with RL19 - 77GRAINS -Perfect load/accuracy!
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Old 08-24-2005, 10:06 PM
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What is your favorite 300 Win Mag load, either hand load or factory or both for Elk?

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I shoot 81 grains of H-1000, federal 215 primers,Winchester cases and the 180 Grain TXS very accurate and very effective on game
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Old 08-26-2005, 10:27 AM
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Hi

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What is your favorite 300 Win Mag load, either hand load or factory or both for Elk?

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A very good bullet and powder is:

The Norma ORYX 200grain - Nice rest weight, 97-98%
to that bullet I use VihtaVuori N560 - 70grain powder...

With this bullet I shoot mosse, elk and roe deer. You donĀ“t get much meat lost, so this I can highly recomend
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:44 PM
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Thumbs up 300 Win Mag

300 Win Mag

IMR 4350 @ 72.0
180 nosler Part PP
WW Brass
WLRM primer

H4831 @ 74.0
200 Nosler AB
Same brass and primer
Excellent Moose Load

Win 780 supreme @ 79.5
165 Fail Safe
Same brass and Primer
Excellent heavy game load
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:34 PM
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This data i Will try

I should order some new bullets
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Old 11-14-2012, 06:39 AM
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200 Grain Acubond over 74 Gr 4831, Win Casses and "Federal Standard Rifle Primers" not mag primers.

I love the Acubond Bullet, great performance, great price.

You might want to work up that load with a magnum primer if your gonna use it it colder weather.
I've heard that some powder can be finiky in colder weather with standard primers in large capacity casses.
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