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LEE 2 Cavity Mold TL356-124-2R 9mm 124 grain Bullet With Free Handles #90464
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Used Lee Single cavity bullet mold #90358 C312-155-2R
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90394 Lee Double Cavity Black Powder R.E.A.L Bullet Mold 50CAL-250
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Used Lee Single cavity bullet mold #90385 C309-150-F
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best powder for .270

L*ngshot said: I have some reloading to do for a friend and I'm wondering what powders you fellas are finding work the best?

M*ose Masher said: Depends on the bullet, but probably H4831.

*TOM said: I use H4831 with 130gr Sierras for deer and 90gr Sierras over 4350 for varmints (most accurate groups I've ever shot, with any rifle), but it's always going to depend on whether or not your particular rifle likes a given combination. What works well for one rifle with be all over the map with another.

B*omer said: Depends on the bullet, but probably H4831. My vote also is for H-4831.

mb*go3 said: I load 57gr IMR 4831/any 130gr bullet............many moose,deer and black bear.......worked well for 30+ years now..............Harold

h*rseman2 said: 52 grains of H4350 with 150 grain bullets

st*nway said: I load 57gr IMR 4831/any 130gr bullet............many moose,deer and black bear.......worked well for 30+ years now..............Harold That is the same combination I have used in the past with excellent results. And now that I have a new 270win, that is where I will be starting from again.;) James

H4831 said: I guess I'm from the old school. 60 grains of H4831, tap the case as it goes in, so it won't overflow, then push in a 130 grain bullet.

*agleye said: I guess I'm from the old school. 60 grains of H4831, tap the case as it goes in, so it won't overflow, then push in a 130 grain bullet. Ditto!! Never had a 270 that this did not work well in, some exceptionally well. Eagleye.

d*zzy dan 1 said: I guess I'm from the old school. 60 grains of H4831, tap the case as it goes in, so it won't overflow, then push in a 130 grain bullet. Same here.DAN>>>:)

79J*mmy said: I guess I'm from the old school. 60 grains of H4831, tap the case as it goes in, so it won't overflow, then push in a 130 grain bullet. Me too! I started off with IMR 4350 but couldn't get the Barnes TTSX's as tight as I wanted. Just recently tried some H4831SC and my groups shrunk to MOA out of my newer Model 70. Though 53.5 gr of IMR 4350 and 140 gr Hornady Interlock groups very well for me. Haven't had a chance to test the 140's and H4831 yet...

z*mbu said: I guess I'm from the old school. 60 grains of H4831, tap the case as it goes in, so it won't overflow, then push in a 130 grain bullet. For fall hunting temps my Tikka loves 130gr SSTs over 60.0gr H4831sc compresssed. For shooting in the summer I have to back off about a grain and a half or else I get into the 3100fps range, ejector marks, and accuracy goes south.

tr*mble said: Savage 111, .270 Win, 22" 140 gn Accubond - 56.3 of H4831 - CCI 250 - seated to 3.34" - 1" on 200m 5 shot group 130 gn Interbond - 57.3 of H4831sc - CCI 250 - seated to 3.30"- 1" on 200m 5 shot group

H4831 said: "For shooting in the summer I have to back off about a grain and a half or else I get into the 3100fps range, ejector marks, and accuracy goes south" 3100 fps is a good velocity and 60 grains of H4831 should make it. Jack O'Connor developed this load, not Hodgdon's. The old war surplus powder that Hodgdon's eventually named "H4831," was likely a bit faster than modern H4831 as sold by Hodgdon is. Jack O'Connor used to claim 3200 fps with his loads. At least with this powder/bullet combination, top accuracy went right along with top speed. Also, O'Connor wrote in his column in Outdoor Life magazine that he was getting 62 grains of H4831 in his 270 and forcing a 130 grain bullet into it. His comments were something like, "It shot like a whiz and was a great load for the 270."

z*mbu said: "For shooting in the summer I have to back off about a grain and a half or else I get into the 3100fps range, ejector marks, and accuracy goes south" 3100 fps is a good velocity and 60 grains of H4831 should make it. Jack O'Connor developed this load, not Hodgdon's. The old war surplus powder that Hodgdon's eventually named "H4831," was likely a bit faster than modern H4831 as sold by Hodgdon is. Jack O'Connor used to claim 3200 fps with his loads. At least with this powder/bullet combination, top accuracy went right along with top speed. Also, O'Connor wrote in his column in Outdoor Life magazine that he was getting 62 grains of H4831 in his 270 and forcing a 130 grain bullet into it. His comments were something like, "It shot like a whiz and was a great load for the 270." 3100 or 3200 fps may have been just fine in Jack's rifle in whatever temperature he happend to be shooting in, but every rifle is different. That is why we must all develop loads tuned to our own rifles, not use somone else's pet loads. I load for accuracy, not velocity. If for some reason I feel the need to push a bullet faster and cannot maintain accuracy in doing so, then it's time to switch components. I haven't had to do that yet. Continuing to use a load that is so far over pressure that it is leaving ejector marks on the brass is best left for those seeking a Darwin Awards nomination.;)

m*osinaround said: Anyone tried RL17 for the 270? I am working a load up with it now, and I am getting 2953fps with 52.3gr, with no signs of pressure and 0.587" groups at 100 yrds. This is pushing 130gr Swift Sciroccos. I also tried H4350 and it is pushing the same 130gr Scirocco 2982fps, but with 53.6gr of powder, and 0.688" groups. I can up the charge of both of these as there were no signs of overpressure, stick bolt, ect. Moosin

b*retta boy said: Old school for me too ... 44 years later, still using H4831 for the .270 and for the .257 and .25-06. Went to the "source" to see what Jack was up to ... In the arly 1950's, Mr. O'Connor's original .270 load was with what was known then as military surplus "4350 Data Powder" (later named 4831 by Bruce Hodgdon, and still later identified ad H4831 to avoid confusion with IMR 4831) His original load was worked up to 60 grains with a 130 grain bullet. This was the load later published in Outdoor Life that everyone and their grandmother copied. Subsequently, he worked up a load of 62 grains with 130 grain bullets in Western cases that he sent off to a manufacturer's Lab (W-W ?) for testing, that came back as "safe", being under SAAMI's spec. of under 54,000 psi. He used that 62 grain load in two of his Mod. 70 rifles in some pretty hot places, including the Sahara, northern India, and the Kalahari of Botswana, without generating any pressure signs. He does note however, that in another custom Mod. 98 Mauser in 270, that he had to cut this load back by 2 grains because he was getting some pressure signs and hard extraction. Jack states in print (1970) that his original "62 grain load of Hodgdon's 4831 in Winchester Western cases gave him a MV of about 3140 in a 22" barrel." He also quotes a load with "the 'old' Barnes 120 gr. bullets and 52 gr. of 4064 at around 3200 fps". With today's pwders, Barnes (24" barrel, Fed. GM210M primers and Winchester cases) quotes a MV of as high as 3281 fps with their 120 gr. bullets and a max. load of 58.0 grains of H4350 and 3142 fps with a max. load of 55.0 gr, of H4350 and their 130 gr. bullets. With their coated 130 gr. bullets and a max. load of RL25, they're reporting a MV of 3299 ! History lessons aside, my pet 270 load is 59 gr. H4831 with the 130 gr. Nosler Partition and WWLR primers. in WW cases. Found it to be more accurate than the 60 gr. or heavier loads in 3 different 270's I've owned. For a varmint load, 60 grains of H4831 behind Sierra's 90 gr. HP was also very accurate.

H*NTERROD said: in past ive found IMR4350 a good choice and IMR4831, both are vg powders for this cal, i know a guy that uses H414 with gd results

L*ngshot said: The bullet will be the Berger 130 hunting VLD.Primer a 210 match.So it looks like a choice between 4350 and 4831?Anyone used Varget N150 or Reloader 17?I have a bunch of all of those.

Cy*N1de said: Anyone tried RL17 for the 270? I am working a load up with it now, and I am getting 2953fps with 52.3gr, with no signs of pressure and 0.587" groups at 100 yrds. This is pushing 130gr Swift Sciroccos. I also tried H4350 and it is pushing the same 130gr Scirocco 2982fps, but with 53.6gr of powder, and 0.688" groups. I can up the charge of both of these as there were no signs of overpressure, stick bolt, ect. Moosin Loaded RL17 in mine with 130gr Sierra's and shot about an inch in a Savage 111 at 100m......good enough for me.

L*ngshot said: Nice!Ill give it a try!

B*dweiser2 said: H-4831 and Nosler partitions

j*hn-brennan said: My vote also is for H-4831. it's the one for me.

l*ng bow said: Win 760 and 140gr TSX, good vel, and excellent accurracy...

k*vin g said: My old Browning Stainless 270 loves the IMR4350..54.2 gr to be exact (loaded for accuracy...not mph) ;) WLR primers..130 gr Ballistic tip/ Partition/ or Hdy SST's...lots of deer/black bears since 88!!

l*ndcbeitner said: I'm having good luck with H-1000 behind a 165gr Matrix Bullet (made in Canada). I'm running 58.5gr with no pressure signs (CCI-BR-2). Barrel is 1:9 twist. MV's are about 2850fps (28" barrel).

hmr-h*und said: 45.5 grains of varget under a 130gr Ballistic tip is under 1.5" out of my savage 111

jbm*user said: 59gr's of H4831sc with a 130gr Nosler Accubond gives 3080fps and good accuracy from my old J.C. Higgins with it's chrome lined, 22" barrel.

l*adchucker said: my model 70 likes 58gr h4831sc w/140 bergers cci 250mag primer. for the berger 150's it really likes 57.2gr of re22 w/ fed210 primer. 140 sgk's it likes 55gr re19 and wlr primer. lots of different combos out there as the 270 is pretty friendly to load for. never could find a combo to work well with 4350 from this gun though.

1899 said: I used to use a hefty charge of RL22 that sent a 130gr X BT on its way at well over 3100fps out of a 22" barrel.

303*ppsFan said: My old Browning Stainless 270 loves the IMR4350..54.2 gr to be exact (loaded for accuracy...not mph) ;) WLR primers..130 gr Ballistic tip/ Partition/ or Hdy SST's...lots of deer/black bears since 88!! My Mod 70 likes this too. I use a tad more powder under ballistic tips or partitions for 25 years or more.

c*wboybob said: For those who haven't read it, Brian Pearce did a pretty detailed article on handloading for the .270 in last month's issue of Handloader. While looking for it I stumbled on their Load Data section which has 277,000 recipes including the load data from many of the major manuals. Check it out - http://www.loaddata.com/members/search.cfm

Why n*t? said: For more than 40 years I used H4831. Today it's Re22 that gets the nod. Ted

338jd said: Nothing original - 60.0gr H4831 and a 130 gr Nosler Partition. That's been my load since I got my first 270 Win about 25 years ago.

cdn sh*oter said: Bringing this thread around again. Just got a .270 with a 22" barrel and had some Reloader 22 lying around, here's what I got. Most accurate load to date. 59.3gr R22, federal brass, fed 210 primer, 140 sst, 3150fps at 20' and no real pressure signs yet, just starting to flatten primers but no heavy bolt or case head marks.

c*ramel said: This is the only reload, i dont use no scale, no dipper, just fill the case, tap and crush with a good 130 gr bullet 60.00 gr of 4831, OAL 3.340 and that it, accuracy and power... JP.

L*ngshot said: Interesting method! Lol!

Cy*N1de said: Anyone tried RL17 for the 270? Moosin 53gr of RL17 with 130 Sierra GK gets me 3 shots under and inch (2 touching repeatably) at 100m with my Savage 111. Good enough for me. EDIT: Using 51gr of RL 17 not 53 (just looked at my data taped to the wall)

L*ngshot said: That's pretty much the load I ended up going with and it shoots a smidge under an inch at 100. And this is out of a crappy old Bruno.

Cy*N1de said: And it finally allowed me to use the RL17 I had in the cupboard that wouldn't work in anything else....LOL

N*rthman999 said: I've used IMR 4350 for a very long time with great results. Some positive experimenting with IMR 4831 as well.

*dcurrie said: 24" Weatherby Vanguard 130gr accubond 59gr of H4831sc gives about 3120fps That's about 95% case capacity.

c*ncealed carry said: I am using 56 grains of h414 with 90 grain sierras, and 53 grains of h414 with 110 grain hornady's... Great results and very good speed, groups are under 3/4 at 100 yards...

r*m338win said: I guess I'm from the old school. 60 grains of H4831, tap the case as it goes in, so it won't overflow, then push in a 130 grain bullet. Bingo. I have done this for years as well. 3000-3100fps and great accuracy.

cdn sh*oter said: Bingo. I have done this for years as well. 3000-3100fps and great accuracy. Is this what I have to look forward to with 4831, low velocity with a full case. I bought 2lbs of 4831 to try out but I think now I should try to trade for some more rl 22.

B*rnes_270 said: Pet load for my Parker-Hale: 58gr H4350, 110gr TTSX, COAL = 3.33". Chrony'd at 3200 fps even, shoots just under 1 MOA. Didn't see the need to get more speed because the accuracy was there. Took a small deer with it this year - great satisfaction in taking big game with my own handloads for the first time! Bang, flop, DRT.

R*jamB21 said: 55gr / IMR4831 / 140gr Ballistic Tips , just works fine

Cy*N1de said: Is this what I have to look forward to with 4831, low velocity with a full case. I bought 2lbs of 4831 to try out but I think now I should try to trade for some more rl 22. Just remember, accuracy over velocity. Try both powders. You might find that slower powder and a full case is more accurate than a 90% fill and higher speed. Then again, you may hit the higher velocity node as well.

j*ydog said: RL22 works for me. Dime sized 3 shot groups at 100 yards in my Tikka.

cdn sh*oter said: Just remember, accuracy over velocity. Try both powders. You might find that slower powder and a full case is more accurate than a 90% fill and higher speed. Then again, you may hit the higher velocity node as well. The rifle shows a node at 57gr then this node at just over 59gr. I totally agree though, if the 4831 holds tighter groups then it gets the job. I'll repost after trying it, maybe I just got a fast barrel.