Re: new to relaoding question
The CT Accubonds have a proprietary coating on them similar to moly that will make it (nearly) impossible to replicate in a handload. That said; the .270 has been around forever and there is a wealth of good data available to the handloader. The advantage you have as a handloader is to tailor the cartridge to your individual rifle by playing with different powders, bullets, primers, cases, seating depths etc. It is endlessly diverting and if you keep careful notes and are meticulous in your handling, you will absolutely be able to improve on the performance of any factory round. IMO accuracy beats velocity (within reason) every time. Don't take any shortcuts and refer to as much data as you can in as many different manuals as possible. I own three: Sierra, Nosler and Barnes. I also refer to the individual powder websites for updated information with specific powders.
One little known fact is that the longer a particular cartridge has been in production, the lower the SAAMI pressures quoted due to the age of the OLDEST rifle that can be chambered for it. Thus; you may see quite a bit lower overall velocity/pressure for a given round (like the 30-06) than you would with a more modern cartridge. This is not to say you should exceed given data, but is interesting to remember nonetheless.
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