What are you currently reloading?

Gunner46

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My glass of beer. I found a load that me, my rifle, and the budget found amicable, so I hit it hard reloading sometime back, because the components were available and prices were just going up. There is no more sighting in, it's just a sight check. If I ever run out of my hand loads (???) I have some Federal close-outs for back up. I'm Good. :)
 

Sheltowee

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Trying to figure out which of these manbuns I'm gonna kill a elk with this year. 120gr ttsx, 140gr accubond, or 160gr interlock all loaded with H4350. They're all shooting very well out to 475 yards with the ttsx edging the others out slightly in accuracy.
Have been considering the TTSX and Accubond for my 6.5, as well. Have you calculated how far out you are maintaining enough velocity for them to open?
 

WildWill

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Have been considering the TTSX and Accubond for my 6.5, as well. Have you calculated how far out you are maintaining enough velocity for them to open?
At 475 yards (longest range I have access to) it was sitting at just above 2000 fps about as low as I feel comfortable with the ttsx. Good news is I don't shoot at game over 400 yards so no problem here. Haven't killed anything with the ttsx but I can attest the accubonds are a solid choice. 20211120_115433.jpg 20211120_115436.jpg
 
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std7mag

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Finally got to shoot the Ruger 77 MKII in 25-06 that i bought a month ago.
Settled on 120gr Sierra HPBT GameKings over RL19.
Ran a few wet patches in last night, good scrubbing today.

I also shot some of the 9mm Sig V Crowns yesterday.

My Walther PPS really liked the 90gr bullets. The 125gr, not so much.

But my H&K VP9 really liked the 125gr. The 90gr not so much. Lol

Both bullet weights over Alliant BE86 powder.
 

Salmonchaser

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Smoke was so thick in the Grande Rhonde valley yesterday I hung out in the shop all day loading cartridges.
20- .308 winchester
40 - .338 Jarett
40 - 375 H&H
40- 30/06
 

nhenry

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Primed a bunch of 280 AI brass without having to worry about my supply dwindling for once. Thank God for Scheels.

Going to throw a bunch of powder tomorrow (IMR 4350 and H4831).
 

Scrumbag

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Well yesterday I loaded a handful of 9.3x62 with 255gr Geco bullets and N150. Also cleaned some 404 Jeffery brass.

Got some new soft points to try in the 404. 70+ grains of powder a shot that. Big grin though.

Scrummy
 

Farmerj

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Starting to work on my .260 Remington savage.

Decided to try casting the chamber to get a feel for freebore before shooting.

Should like the 140-150 gr bullets from what I’m seeing.

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