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anyone have a Barnes Load manual ?

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Shaun, Mar 16, 2002.

  1. Shaun

    Shaun Retired Moderator

    Okay Guys I have tons of Data on loads for the 375 H&H but I am looking to see the numbers barnes lists for the 270 XLC bullet of thiers

    show min. to Max please
     
  2. Robert

    Robert Member

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    They have a download available at their site, but you get two free questions, after that, it's about 50 bucks.
     

  3. Shaun

    Shaun Retired Moderator

    Well I broke down and called and talked to one of their tech's and I learned the following 71.5 grains of 4895 is a recommended load (Also the hottest) 2788fps that works out a a hard hitting 4800 foot pounds at the muzzle -- can you say ouch
     
  4. dave375hh

    dave375hh G&G Newbie Forum Contributor

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    Shaun,
    The Barnes manual lists four rec. loads that one is the slowest. The other three are
    74.0grs IMR 4064 at 2796fps
    74.0grs RL 15 at 2804fps
    84.5grs H-414 at 2858fps
    I don't know how they get that load of 4064 in the case and still seat that long a bullet on it. They used Win. cases and I use Rem. and 71.0grs of 4064 is a heavily compressed load in my brass. I think the H-414 would come closest to fitting into the case because it's a dense ball powder.
    I loaded some 250gr XFB in my buddy's .375WBY and he broke both shoulders of a brown bear and exited. As a rule I drop back one weight level with the X's because of their construction and extra length. Luck.

    Dave375
     
  5. Shaun

    Shaun Retired Moderator

    Thanks Dave those were some of the others I was given but I prefer the 4895 since I keep about 8 to 16 pounds on hand at any one time for the .308, 7.62x54 and the 8mm. I'll have to see how it does next week the steel is due on wed. I just finished getting the rifle blued so I want to get some testing completed. Plus I have a pig hunt I am planning to use the toy on next month. I'll post pictures in the gun room of before and after on the rifle its a modified P14