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#5877928 - 08/13/15 10:39 PM Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds
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Does anyone have a recipe for this using IMR4064 or IMR 4350?
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#5877994 - 08/13/15 11:34 PM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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#5878028 - 08/14/15 03:01 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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#5878033 - 08/14/15 04:18 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: kmon1]
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Gunwriter John Barsness has often written that he always begins testing with a new .30-06 with 58 grs of IMR4350 behind most any 165 gr bullet. If the rifle won't shoot that load accurately, then it is unlikely to get better with any load. For most hunting situations, he finds that 58.5 to 59 grs will be about right.

I normally start at 57 grs myself and usually end up at around 59 with the 165 Nosler PT or AB. I'm also quite fond of Re-19 and the obsolete H-205 at about the same loading. Velocity will be somewhere above 2900 fps.
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#5878176 - 08/14/15 08:06 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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I use IMR4350 with the 165gr Accubonds.
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#5878212 - 08/14/15 08:30 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: kmon1]
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Originally Posted By: kmon1


This 2x. Have great results using IMR 4350 load from Nosler.

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#5878944 - 08/14/15 05:10 PM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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First loads I ever assembled were in .30-06 using Nosler B-tips and IMR 4350. Now I use 165 gr. SGK's.

Great stuff.
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#5879046 - 08/14/15 06:34 PM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Tactical Cowboy]
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#5879127 - 08/14/15 07:53 PM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: dee]
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I use IMR4350 with the 165gr Accubonds.

That my load as well. Taken Aoudad, Elk, and Deer. Never lets me down.
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#5879130 - 08/14/15 07:55 PM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: dee]
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I use IMR4350 with the 165gr Accubonds.
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#5897059 - 08/26/15 11:06 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: dawaba]
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Originally Posted By: dawaba
Gunwriter John Barsness has often written that he always begins testing with a new .30-06 with 58 grs of IMR4350 behind most any 165 gr bullet. If the rifle won't shoot that load accurately, then it is unlikely to get better with any load. For most hunting situations, he finds that 58.5 to 59 grs will be about right.

I normally start at 57 grs myself and usually end up at around 59 with the 165 Nosler PT or AB. I'm also quite fond of Re-19 and the obsolete H-205 at about the same loading. Velocity will be somewhere above 2900 fps.


My nosler manual shows 57gr. as max load for IMR4350?
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#5897089 - 08/26/15 11:22 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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And Hodgdon's on-line data shows 60 as max.

http://www.hodgdonreloading.com/data/rifle

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#5897114 - 08/26/15 11:41 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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Originally Posted By: Birdog62
Originally Posted By: dawaba
Gunwriter John Barsness has often written that he always begins testing with a new .30-06 with 58 grs of IMR4350 behind most any 165 gr bullet. If the rifle won't shoot that load accurately, then it is unlikely to get better with any load. For most hunting situations, he finds that 58.5 to 59 grs will be about right.

I normally start at 57 grs myself and usually end up at around 59 with the 165 Nosler PT or AB. I'm also quite fond of Re-19 and the obsolete H-205 at about the same loading. Velocity will be somewhere above 2900 fps.


My nosler manual shows 57gr. as max load for IMR4350?


Nosler data is also with Nosler brass, which is a little thicker than the Winchester brass used in the Hodgdon data, which shows as high as 60 grains for a 165 Sierra. The thicker, heavier cases will have less internal case volume, therefore increasing pressures some. You have to look at the components used when looking at the max data and apply some forethought into it.
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#5915217 - 09/06/15 10:42 AM Re: Load data for 30-06 using 165 gr Accubonds [Re: Birdog62]
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My best load was 30/06 with 165gr. Ballistic Tips. 57 gr. IMR4350. Approx. 2900 FPS out of 24" Model 70.

This load shot at 200 yards what most folks try to achieve at 100!

Problem is, they're flying handgrenades. To much destruction on game. The Accubond is a better choice for sure, if you can find them.

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