I've loaded the sierra 350 JHP over H110 and W296 (same powder ran out of H110 so switched over to W296). I was able to get some pretty good groups (about 1.5-2" at 100yds) I never ran the loads thru a chrony so I don't have velocity data.
I recently loaded some 275 grain Barns XPBs with 42 grains of H110. They made one ragged hole in the paper at 50 yards from a bench rest. Seemed pretty fast and recoil was not pleasant. The gun is sighted in with them now and I'll probably take a doe with the gun during firearm season. I loaded up some 440 grain hard cast bullets today with 14.5 grains of Tite group that I want to try on hogs in February. If they are accurate enough like the Barnes listed above,, they will bring home some bacon.
I've got a chronograph but it's archery deer season here and I hunt on my own property,, don't want to run them off shooting that thing!!!
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