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I'm looking to load my 280 AI and my 7mm Mag with some 100 to 120 grain varmint bullets....

I'm sure there have many done the same, just looking for what reload combo was used and what type of results were obtained?
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To do some varmint shooting with a light load, and because it can be done ;-)  

Found some data of someone shooting 100grain out of a 7mm mag with 26" 1 in 9, but he is shooting 100 grain hot...

Must be others with shorter barrels and different twists that have loaded down and light or even down and hot

110/120 grain info would also be great...


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