300 Win Mag

Discussion in 'Rifle Cartridge Data' started by GLUGLUG, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. GLUGLUG

    GLUGLUG Supporting Member

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    Just wanted to share a great load my friend and I came up with for his 300 Win Mag. Now this is a custom built competition rifle but the load does great.

    This is 5 shots at 465 yards.
    He really hates me when I outshoot him with his own rifle! :D
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    the paper to th right of the lowest shot tore out, kind of looks like 6 shots but it's just 5.

    Center to center spread is 1.166. Which at 465 yds is right around .2 MOA.
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    The Load is:
    Hornaday Brass
    CCI 250 primers
    168 gr BTHP Hornaday Match
    69 gr IMR 4350
    I can't remember the COAL but it was Jam - .002
     
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2016
  2. ajole

    ajole Supporting Member

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  3. undeRGRound

    undeRGRound ROLL wif Da MOLE! Supporting Member

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  4. GLUGLUG

    GLUGLUG Supporting Member

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    Here you go, not the best but all I had on hand. This is the day he finally finished it.
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    Stiller Tac 300 Action, 30" Krieger barrel.
    i think the scope is a Trijicon
     
  5. undeRGRound

    undeRGRound ROLL wif Da MOLE! Supporting Member

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    Nice! I can see the free-float from here... :cool:
     
  6. greg_r

    greg_r Lifetime Supporter

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    Need to bring to down to the flatlands Glug. Good beanfield rifle.
     
  7. GLUGLUG

    GLUGLUG Supporting Member

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    Oh yeah! we did tons of work to that stock to get it set up for this rifle.
    Stripped all the old paint back to fiberglass. Had to repair one of the action pillars, sanded the hell out of the fore end to completely free-float the barrel. Block sanded the bottom of the fore end to make it perfectly flat for excellent ride in the front rest.
    Carved out a channel in the butt-stock to accept a block of steel which was epoxied in, to balance the rifle more, and bring it right to the weight limit for IBS light gun class which is under 17 lbs. I believe it comes in at 16 lbs 13 oz.
    Then I did the new paint job with a 60 sheen, blacker than black conversion varnish.
    Also forgot to mention earlier, it has a Jewell trigger set to 10 oz I believe.
    It will go down to 2 oz but that's just ridiculous.

    It is quite a rifle.