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Unread 10-24-2012, 07:10 PM
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375 Chey Tec Shooters

Lets talk bullets has anybody out their shooting Cutting Edge bullets out past 1000 yards with the above. I have a few 100 of the Lost River 350 that shot great in my gun 132 grs of RE25. I shot Serria 350 same load that does good with very little wind. I'm going to Returbo in a few weeks got any info were to start.
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    Unread 10-25-2012, 01:21 PM
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    Re: 375 Chey Tec Shooters

    Retumbo is the powder for the lighter bullets in the 375s the cutting edge 330gr - 350gr would be worth a try what barrel twist and length do you have?
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    Re: 375 Chey Tec Shooters

    Its a Lawton 30" with 1-12 twist...I'm getting 3100fps with a 350 gr bullet.

    Thanks for any help or new ideals
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    Re: 375 Chey Tec Shooters

    skip Retumbo go to H50 bmg
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    Re: 375 Chey Tec Shooters

    I got more speed with Retumbo than 50BMG with the 350 CE with my 375 DCM, 375/408 imp.

    50 BMG is the powder to use with the 400 & 425 Cutting Edge in my case

    I haven't tried the 375s yet.
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    Re: 375 Chey Tec Shooters

    Thanks for your support on the Retumbo...I just paid for a lot of it ...I will pick it up the end of next week.
    I'll start around 130grs and work my way up. What fps and grs are you loading and how long is your barrel if you don't care to share that with all of us..

    Hold high and shot straight
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    Re: 375 Chey Tec Shooters

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    Thanks for your support on the Retumbo...I just paid for a lot of it ...I will pick it up the end of next week.
    I'll start around 130grs and work my way up. What fps and grs are you loading and how long is your barrel if you don't care to share that with all of us..

    Hold high and shot straight
    My Imp is a lot bigger than a std Cheytac.
    I'm getting 3300+fps with the 350s, 32" gain twist barrel.

    More info here.

    375 DCM, 375/408imp

    I have done a but more but haven't posted it here as there appeared to be little interest.

    A bit more info here

    375 DCM - Page 2
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