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i just inherited a really nice browning bar in 7mm rem mag sweet shooting gun heavy but sweet i am trying to find out if anyone has any helpful tips on handloading for it for now just going to use it on deer here in idaho i have herd that the 140 gr is a good size for deer in this caliber any ideas guys
 

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140 grain Sierra GameKing
63.5 grains of IMR 4350
Winchester Brass
CCI Large Rifle Primers
Bullet dimensions are straight from the manuals.

This load will shoot 1/2" groops or smaller from my Remington Model 700 BDL.
 

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i just inherited a really nice browning bar in 7mm rem mag sweet shooting gun heavy but sweet i am trying to find out if anyone has any helpful tips on handloading for it for now just going to use it on deer here in idaho i have herd that the 140 gr is a good size for deer in this caliber any ideas guys
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Use small base dies if possible on Semi-Autos

I am not sure if they are offered on magnum rounds, but I was always told to use small base dies when reloading for semi-autos. I have a set of rcbs small base dies in 30-06 that I only use when loading for semi-autos. They reduce the entire case slightly more and aid in chambering. Hopefully someone that loads magnums for a BAR will chime in if they need small base dies in the magnums.

Karl
 
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