270 Winchester pet loads?

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  1. Sharp shootin' SEAN

    Sharp shootin' SEAN

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    I have had the best luck through my REM. 700 BDL in .270 caliber. Imr 4831@ 52.8 grains was the powder work up accuracy winner with 2 hits in the 10 ring out of 3 total bullseye hits in a powder work up! 52.8 grains was the accuracy winner. 2 of 3 hits in the 10 ring= bullseye.
     
  2. Big Mc

    Big Mc Gold $$ Contributor

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    55grs H4350 Sierra 130 BT. Has put many a deer down..
     
  3. AckleymanII

    AckleymanII Gold $$ Contributor

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    These bullets are super accurate, deer just flop. Hard to get big bullet guys to try this bullet, if they ever do, they are hooked.
     
  4. scope eye

    scope eye Silver $$ Contributor

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    I love the TTSX's in any caliber, they also seem to have come down in price, they were over a buck each for a while. I always shoot the lightest ones they have in any caliber they offer, in this case 95gr with 62gr of RL17. I have also tried they 110gr with 60gr of RL17 in this caliber with great success.

    Dean
     
  5. onelastshot

    onelastshot Gold $$ Contributor

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    I'll stick with the Noslers; 130gr Nosler AccuBond, 55.3 grains of IMR4350, Winchester large rifle primers and Nosler or Norma brass. That being said, my 270 Winchester has found a place in the back of the gun safe as my 270WSM with the ultralight composite stock has taken its place. I can shoot 150 grain bullets from the 270WSM at the same velocity I shoot 130 grain bullets out of the 270 Winchester. I like heavier bullets, the reason I chose the 270WSM.
     
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  6. scope eye

    scope eye Silver $$ Contributor

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    I have a 270 Weatherby that is not a common round or even a subject of conversation, but let me tell you it is not a chambering to be discounted or ignored. I load 80gr of Hybrid 100 with those same 90gr Sierra's, I forget the fps number, but I remember it is close to 400 yards if not over before they start to drop. I kid you not. LOL

    Dean

    PS:I still can't post in the classifieds due to privileges taken away for no reason.
     

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