I've been interested in reloading for some time and have have had a go with my previous rifle, also a .270.
The accuracy has not been incredible and it could be in part down to me and the rifle, and the fact that the rounds have not been created in laboratory conditions - rather the old garage!
I have a sako 85 stainless with an ASE northstar (I think) moderator being packed up for collection in a few days time and I wandered if I should follow a different practice this time. Start from scratch.
I've previously used H4381 with Speer 130gr. spitzer boat tails starting with minimum powder load and working up to maximums with no real change in accuracy.
I'm curious to know what loads other .270 home loaders are using for deer (I shoot Roe, Red, and Sika so I'm looking for a 1 size fits all). And any advice you could give to a relative novice with a shiny new rifle on the way.