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My New Defensive Edge LRKM

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Unread 07-02-2013, 06:39 PM
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Re: My New Defensive Edge LRKM

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I think I will get Barnesuser28 to do it for me. He is much better with math..

Jeff
LOL, i got 1.6fps /1.8 degree change also, or about .91 fps for every 1 degree temp change. Awesome shooting BTW

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    Re: My New Defensive Edge LRKM

    [quote=barnesuser28;824002][quote=Broz;823956]
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    0.5 m/sec pr 1 degree C in Mv change. But you have to convert it into fps and Fahrenheit ;)

    LOL, i got 1.6fps /1.8 degree change also, or about .91 fps for every 1 degree temp change. Awesome shooting BTW

    Riley
    Thanks! If you make it to the next Townsend shoot I will let you test drive her.

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    Thanks! If you make it to the next Townsend shoot I will let you test drive her.

    Jeff
    Cool, i am going to try to convince my uncle to come with us, he's the one who got me into reloading and showed me the basics.
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    Re: My New Defensive Edge LRKM

    Not only does it look good, it shoots even better!
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    Re: My New Defensive Edge LRKM

    So based on decent/great conditions what do you think your maximum distance will be on Antelope, Deer and Elk? 1800-2000?

    I'd imagine for a coyote it's anything visible.
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    Re: My New Defensive Edge LRKM

    It still has 1625 ft lbs of energy at a mile and 1562 fps. But a lot of practice in the same area would be in order before I would try that. Last year I took an antelope at 1285 with the 300 win, it was not a problem and was a 1 shot clean kill. But that was only a few 100 yards from my 1500 yard target.

    Coyotes and wolves I will shoot if I see them.

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    Re: My New Defensive Edge LRKM

    Where can I buy a reamer for 338 Terminator +p?
    I am ordering a new barrel for my 338LM, and maybe I should chamber it in something a bit more powerfull?
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