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100 gr. Nosler Partition

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Dawolf, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. Dawolf

    Dawolf

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    Anyone reload Nosler Partition 100 grain using H-48312? Thinking of going 54 grains, just below max load (54.3). Deer season in a month and half. Muleys around here a bit small the 120 grain loads.
     
  2. ColoCG

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    What caliber are you talking about?
     

  3. Dawolf

    Dawolf

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    My bad! 25-06. Weatherby Vanguard II.
     
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    I haven't loaded for the 25-06. But I think your choice of powder for the Nosler bullet would be a good one.
    I have had great success with H4831 in .270 Win and .300 Win Mag, I have also used it in .243 but prefer IMR 4350 in that. Nosler Partition bullets perform great, I have also had good success with their Accubond and Balistic tip bullets, a little flatter shooting.
    If I were you I would start around 53gr. with the 100gr bullet and work up slow in .2gr. increments to find your best load.

    Other good powders would be IMR and H4350, IMR 4831, and RL22.

    Good Luck.
     
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    I love h4831. use it alot in .243 .270 and 6.5x55 se.
     
  6. Dawolf

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    After doing a little more research, I am going to load with Barnes 100 grain TSX. I have H-4895, but the H-4831 is likely the best for my purposes.