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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    I have a Nosler/Hodgdon combo my .300 Weatherby loves.
    Sir care to share ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaska2go View Post
    I get all my brass prep all done and seat primers. The longest & hardest is done so all I need to do is load them when I need more rounds.
    Thanks for the kick in the pants! That's exactly what I need to get going on so when the weather is nicer I can just load some up and go! I have a custom 280 AI I had built and I want to try some 140 gr. Accubonds in it. It was simple getting the 140 gr. Partitions to shoot well so I don't think it will be tough to get it to work also. I need to load up some more ammo for my other rifles. I like to have a nice stock on hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 280ackimp View Post
    Sir care to share ?
    I don't remember powder count, would have to look at my notes but it was an H1000 load. I used the Nosler 180 grain bullets, I will have to look at it precisely.

    That gun loved the Weatherby factory 180 grain ammo as well.

    I talk all of this in past tense because truthfully I haven't done a lot with it the last few years. My Savage 111 with the Hornady ammunition has been absolutely lights out and therefore I haven't needed to do much cooking.
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