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Old 09-01-2010, 02:00 PM
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Getting ready to start loading for my .270 Win.

Doesn't take much research to see that the powders most widely mentioned are IMR4831 and H4831 along with H4350.

I was looking at Hogdons website, and it looks like some of the best VELOCITY is obtained from Hogdon's Hybrid 100V....just haven't heard or read much about its ACCURACY.

Any users out there that could give me H100V info or just share some "go to" loads for the .270 Win. would be appreciated
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Old 09-01-2010, 03:23 PM
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I haven't seen it show up around my area. I doubt I will ever try it, just because I buy IMR4350 by the 8lb's at a time. But your right, it doesn't appear to be a good powder to use. I guess for folks looking for a sphereical equiv to IMR4350 with good metering, this would be thier powder.

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Old 09-01-2010, 07:22 PM
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I will also be trying it in my .270 with 130 grain bullets, my daughters .243 with 100 grain Hornady's and my 300wsm with 165's.

Looks like it's gonna really shine in the .243 and 300wsm.

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Old 09-02-2010, 08:02 PM
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I hope you guys try this powder and have good luck. Please tell us what you find out. I also just started reloading not to long ago. I read alot and ened up with this powder than had to try that and this too and that also. In the long run I got the best results out of my .270 using 130 gr bullets with 60 grs of H4831SC. I read about H4831 when I first started and I remember someone saying it was like ice cream and apple pie to the .270. I really do believe it. I also remeber someone saying that I found very true when using the H4831 was 59-60 grs for 130 gr bullet, 57-58 grs for 140 bullets, and 55-56 for 150's. I have had good luck with H4350. But all in all I could have saved a few hundred just starting and staying with H4831SC. Good luck and let us know.
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Old 09-03-2010, 06:14 PM
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I bought some a while back and loaded up some .270 shells. Just haven't had time to try them out. Maybe I will this weekend since the weather will be cooler.
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Old 09-04-2010, 11:14 PM
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I haven't seen any up here either..then again not a big suprise..urg components are in short supply the past few years. Thankfully I have a couple good suppliers and stay well ahead in terms of stocking. I stock IMR 4350, H4831 and RL22 I can't see the need for another powder for the 270win. The first 2 are dang near gaurantees with .270 IME, the rl22 I found works pretty nice with heavier stuff -150 bullets.
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Old 09-20-2010, 10:29 AM
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I've loaded some of the hybrid 100 for my 25-06 and my 300 win mag. but sorry to say I've not shot them yet. Hopefully I'll get to shoot in the next few weeks. I've also loaded H4831SC for both calibers so I would have something to compare to. I'll post it when I shoot. I don't use a chronograph for speed. I sight in an inch high at 100, and then shoot 200 and 300 yards to compare trajectory. I go for the flattest trajetory and the tightest group, hopefully they will be the same load but probably not.
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