Poll: What Rifle Cartridge Do You Reload Most Often?

If you’re like me, as soon as you get a new rifle, you start to anticipate reloading for it. There’s nothing quite like the satisfaction of seeing your groups shrink after careful planning and successive batches of reloads. For most of us, there’s a particular rifle cartridge that we tend to reload most frequently. Which one is it for you?

What rifle cartridge do you reload most often?

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72 thoughts on “Poll: What Rifle Cartridge Do You Reload Most Often?”

  1. 35 Remington. I have a pump rifle and a bolt action pistol. Heavier than factory for the pump and lighter steel knock down loads for the pistol.

  2. I’m working on .reloading 243 Winchester for my new Ruger Precision Rifle. I need to do a bunch of .223 and .308. I need to retire so I can keep up with my reloading needs.

  3. Mine would be 300 BO. It really is an ideal reloading cartridge for action shooters, with cast lead bullets. Cost per round for acceptable accuracy is unmatched as near as I can tell.

    Next up is .223 then 30/06 then 308. I am interested in 6mmx45 though as it has some very practical characteristics.

    1. Because it is awesome! It would have beat out .270 Win if Winchester had not out spent Remington for Jack’s ink.

  4. I checked the 223/5.56 box but honestly I load more 300Blackout. I load a fair amount of 300AAC to develop sub rounds for my 10.5″ AR pistol. BTW I run an Omega 30 can too and think it is awesome.


  5. 7.5×55 swiss, availability and cost are the biggest reasons PPU makes good brass, but when the bullets are in the .307 to .308 range, between 150 to 175 grains, the componets are normally available, accurate round for typically very accurate rifles. that are a real joy to shoot

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