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Old 10-24-2012, 10:35 PM   #1
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Anybody use Reloder 7 in the .300 Savage? If so, what are some of your loads?
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:47 PM   #2
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It's one of my favorite 223 loads in 55 gr bullets.


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Yes it is a great bpowder for the .223 and it is the only powder I use in my .222 Rem., but my question is: Does anyone have any loads w/ it in the .300 Savage. I saw one load listed for it in a reloading manual, I just wonder how it works.
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Humm, don't know about the 300 sav. but it sure is a good powder for my Rem. 222.

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Reloader #7 works well for light bullets in the 300 Sav. like the Speer 100 and 110 gr. SP bullet or is a good powder of choice for the heavier cast bullet loads,it not well suited for the 150 to 165 gr. jacketed bullets.
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E-Mail the manufacturer for more loading data. IME, they are happy to provide it.
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Thanks locutus, I will do that. I have one load for it using the 125 grain Nosler, and it is supposed to be very accurate. I'll give it a try this week.
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