In going to the Hodgdon web site, they show this combination only.
140 GR. NOS PART IMR IMR 4350 .264" 2.780" 43.0 2715 57,000 PSI
: Cartridge Loads - Hodgdon Reloading Data Center - data.hodgdon.com
I'm relatively new to reloading and was wondering if anyone has any "pet loadings" using this powder(IMR 4350) in the Rem 260 caliber with 129gr/140gr bullets.My Hornady Handbook 8th edition doesn't have any listings.I'll be shooting a Ruger Mod.77,22" barrel. Thank you in advance for your help and time.
I shoot H-4350 behind the 120 Nosler Balistic Tip and the 130 Accubond with good results. I also shoot the superb 100 grain Nosler partition at about 3250 fps an like they say about the 260 rem, it is what the 243 should have been.
THANK YOU GENTELMEN,Slugnut
H414 or it's twin W760 is a good place to start.
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My Nosler Reloading book does not show the 129 grain ballistics but it does show ballistics for a 125 Nosler partition at 45 grains of IMR-4350 being Max and 43 grains for a accuracy load. I shoot the 120 Nosler Balistic Tip at 45.5 of H-4350. It is pretty warm load so make sure you start a little lower and work up to it gradually as all rifles are different. I have never shot any loads with H-414 as Swany recommends but H-414 works wonders in my 30-40 Krag Ruger #3 with a 150 grain bullet.
This was Jim Carmichel's pet toy... He made it and called it the 6.5 Panther...... A few loads:.....100 gr bullet. IMR 4350...Max.47.5 (3265fps)........120gr bullet.IMR 4350.....Max.45.5 (2979fps).......125gr bullet. IMR 4350.... Max.45.0 (2950fps)......140gr bullet. IMR4350... Max.43.0gr (2787fps)............... May help alittle.....