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7mm Rem Mag

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by exoduster18, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. exoduster18

    exoduster18 Well-Known Member

    Looking for loading info on the 7mm Rem Mag.....any and all info is appreciated. Thanks.
  2. adobewalls

    adobewalls Well-Known Member

    150 gr. Nosler Ballistic Tip or 150 Combined Technology Bullet
    60.0 to 63.0 gr. of IMR 4831 (where ever its most accurate in your rifle)
    CCI or Federal Magnum Primer
    Winchester Cases

    154 gr. Hornaday Spire Point
    60.0 Gr of IMR 4350
    CCI or Federal Magnum Primer
    Winchester Cases

    160 gr. Sierra Game King
    60.0 gr. IMR 4831
    CCI or Federal Magnum Primer
    Winchester Cases

    175 gr. Sierra Game King
    63.2 gr. RL22
    CCI or Federal Magnum Primer
    Winchester Cases

    175 Nosler Partition
    62.0 gr/ RL22
    CCI or Federal Magnum Primer
    Winchester Cases

    And I intend to work a 160 gr. Nosler Accubond load this year.

    The loads for the 150 to 160 gr. bullets using IMR 4831 is a comfortable loading to shoot, very accurate and for me has killed cleanly out to at least 250 yds on medium sized deer. I have also taken a few pigs (and one big hog) with this loading. The 175gr. Sierra and RL22 make a good combination also when you find the sweet spot for your rifle.
  3. dakotasin

    dakotasin Well-Known Member

    162 hornady btsp, stiff load of rl-25, winchester cases, federal 210 primers.
    this is an extremely hard-hitting, flat-shooting, and scary-accurate load.

    150 sierra gamekings, a generous helping of h-4831, win cases, fed 210's.
    a good, all around load.

    139 hornady btsp, win cases, fed 210's, and rl-22.
    a little more of a specialty load, more suited to longer range. close-range on deer requires perfect shot selection.

    120 barnes xlc...nevermind, in their infinite wisdom, i think barnes discontinued this one.

    140 xlc, win cases, fed 210's, and lots of rl-22... more than that... little more... there, you got it.
    killer load, but expensive to shoot.
  4. exoduster18

    exoduster18 Well-Known Member


    Thanks for the load info. I'll try some of them when I get the chance.

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