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johnmyers
Reply with quote  #33 
Mauser action 26' Shilen bbl 1:10 twist. I shoot 95gr Sierra MK's with 40.5gr H4350 .005 off rifling, Fed 210m primers, Rem brass at 3040fps. This groups consistently 1 inch at 300 yds. This was used to kill a prarie dog at 1175 yds this October.
bkmilw
Reply with quote  #34 
Hey I have a stock Tikka t3 lite .243 that I use for coyotes my go to load is 48. gr of h4831sc behind a 90gr nosler it shoots freakin lights out to 300 yds. I havnt crono'd it but I dont care cuz how well it shoots. Oh yeah its a 10 twist.
500YardHog
Reply with quote  #35 
.243 winchester. 2.670 COL, 75grn V Max, 46 grns H 4350, 3480 fps and 1/4 MOA . Ground hogs hate it.
keithcandler
Reply with quote  #36 
243 Winchester

Factory Rem SS barrel
Rem or Win Brass
47.0g of H or IMR 4350
Winchester Primer ONLY!!
70g Nosler Ballistic Tip
Bullet seated to just kiss the lands
shoots 3 shot groups touching

Factory Rem Blued Sporter
39.0g of IMR 4064
70g Nosler Ballistic tip
Fed 210 Primer
bullet seated to kiss the lands

Factory Rem Stainless sporter
41.0g of IMR 4064
80g Sierra BT Blitz
Fed 210
Velocity is 3475 fps
3/4" groups at 300 yards
I have shot this load is 4 rifles

Factory Rem Stainless Sporter
42.3g of IMR 4350
Winchester Primer ONly
100g Hornady BTSP; great on hogs and large deer, fur friendly on yotes
Bullet seated to kiss the lands
Unreal accurate in Many of my 243's

Factory Rem Stainless sporter
43.0g of IMR 4350
95g Nosler Ballistic Tip and 95g Nosler partition
Winchester primer only
Bullet seated to kiss the lands
Clover leaf groups

Factory Rem Stainless sporter
44.2g of IMR 4350
95g Nosler Combined Technology bullet
Winchester primer
Bullet seated to kiss the lands
Clover leaf groups
It takes a little more powder to get the pressure up on this coated bullet

Rem Varmint
44.0-44.5g of Win 760 or AA2700
70g Nosler Ballistic tip or 75g
Fed 210 primer
Bullet seated to kiss the lands
Groups in the 3's with 3 shot groups

243 Win- Rem 700 Stainless sporter
85g Barnes Tripple shock seated .050 off lands
Rem Brass- Winchester large rifle primers
45.5g of R#19
5/8" group

85g Barnes Tripple shock-seated .050 off the lands
Rem brass-Win primer
39.5-40.2 of IMR 4064, very accurate


243 Ackley Improved-1-12 twist Hart barrel=28" long
fire forming load in Rem 7/08 neck turned brass
47.0-47.5g of AA2700 or Win 760
CCI-250 primer
70g TNT or 70g Nosler Ballistic tip
3750 fps, groups in the high 3's

Formed load in 243 AI
48.0-48.5g of AA2700 or Win 760
CCI-250
70g NOsler Ballistic tip
3850 fps, groups in the low to mid 2's

Formed load in 243 AI=12 twist, 28" hart
Rem 7/08 brass, neck turned
49.5g of Win 760
Win Mag primer
70g Ballistic Tip
4030 fps
shoots a very tiny hole
1000yardstare
Reply with quote  #37 
stock Savage .243 12FV; Win brass and primers; all loads shoot sub-moa 5 shot groups; used in F Class competition; 87s and 95s for 300, 500, 600 yds; 105s and 107s for 900, 1000; all loads chronod 5 shots average with a PACT Pro XP at 10 feet. These loads were safe in my rifle. I have no control over the chambering specs in another rifle and therefore accept no responsibility for the use of these loads in another rifle.

Hornady 87 VMax, 2.760 oal
43.5 H414, 3201 fps
46.0 IMR4831, 3267
47.0 H4831, 3213

Nosler 95 BT, 2.755 oal
41.0 760, 3120 fps
46.0 H4831, 3190
47.0 7828, 3188
49.0 H1000, 3146

Hornady 105 AMax, 2.765 oal
45.0 H1000, 2873 fps
46.5 RX25, 3077
48.0 Retumbo, 2987

Sierra 107 MatchKing, 2.825 oal
45.0 H1000, 2858 fps
46.5 RX25, 3069
48.0 Retumbo, 2960
44magSr
Reply with quote  #38 
Factory Remington 700 VLS, .243 Winchester, 26 inch barrel, 1 in 9 twist.

45 grains of R-22 in weighed and sorted Winchester brass,
CCI BR-2 primers, 95 grain Berger VLD's. Bullets are all measured on comparator, sorted and seated .003 into the lands. COL varies if measured from tip of the bullets to the base of tha case. Measure and sort your bullets with a comparator to determine the base to ogive dementions.They will all vary by a few thousandths this is why its imperative to establish a COL to the lands with your seating deapth tool first so they all engage the lands exactly the same every time. Check the COL by using a seating deapth tool to establish how far out to seat the bullet just to the lands of the barrel. Know this for each lot of bullets you measured and sorted then I added .003 push into the lands which seats every bullet exactly the same as the last no matter what the bullets base to ogive dementions are.

This load gets me down in the
3 inch range at 900 yards. And
less than 1/4 inch groups at 100
yards.

cliffy
Reply with quote  #39 
A wealth of information is a real mouthful: As a proponent of .243 Winchester PROWESS, I offer ALL I've discovered regarding .243 Winchester P-R-O-W-E-S-S to the extreme. From dead-on accuracy to extreme power ratios down-range, I hold back no found specifics. I shoot more often than most people of, with more rounds fired than most people ever dream of concerning .243 Winchester fare. I'm retired from a work-a-day world, so the few bucks I have equate into ROUNDS fired. cliffy
Ackman
Reply with quote  #40 
Quote:
Originally Posted by cliffy
A wealth of information is a real mouthful: As a proponent of .243 Winchester PROWESS, I offer ALL I've discovered regarding .243 Winchester P-R-O-W-E-S-S to the extreme. From dead-on accuracy to extreme power ratios down-range, I hold back no found specifics. I shoot more often than most people of, with more rounds fired than most people ever dream of concerning .243 Winchester fare. I'm retired from a work-a-day world, so the few bucks I have equate into ROUNDS fired. cliffy


Ain't you the one though. But this thread was asking for loads, not self-congratulatory bs.
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