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Old 12-05-2012, 10:51 AM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

I went back and looked at what action you said you had, and Midway or Sinclairs/Brownells has them for a 700sa its called a Wyatts extended window box for the WSMs, gives you a max length of 2.995" +- a couple thousandths. The bottom of the receiver and bolt stop need to be milled a little for installation. They should still be around 45$ from either place I mentioned. Also the H4831sc gives the best charge density next to 7828ssc but isn't as sensative btw, works good with WLRP or fed210Ms.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:32 PM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

Thanks. I will deffinatly look into the 4831 if im not happy with the speeds of the 4350. And im going to have my Gunsmith look into the extended magbox for sure
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Old 12-05-2012, 05:17 PM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

I just loaded up some test ammo for the Neseka WSM / Krieger we just picked up. Loaded 36 - 39 of H4350 in 1/2 gr incruments. Trying 210 VLD with Moly @ 2.85 (mag limited) and 210 Fed primers. They sure look short after loading for my 1K match rifles at over 3.2".
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:47 PM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

4x, how come your only going with 36-39 grains of 4350?


I have good news for you fellas!! Give me about an hour to post pics when I get home from the range
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:50 PM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

I think 4x meant 56-59grns.
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Old 12-05-2012, 07:29 PM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

went out and shot today, conditions were less than favorable with 3-10 mph winds blowing to the left. mixed with slight sprinkles of rain.. still very happy with the results..
all shots were 3 shot groups @100y cci #250 primers, rem brass, shot (57, 58, 59 grains of h4350), .120 jump. with 59 grains started showing primers flattening SLIGHTLY but i didnt shoot the 59.5 (i will def try it when im infront of a chrono) but this test was only for accuracy and i was more than happy with the results for a first test..

P.S. not sure what order the pics will post but i wrote the powder charge next to the holes in the picture.. on the pic with 59 there is a hole in the bottom left. ignore that, it was cold bore shot with my old load
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:21 PM
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Re: 210 berger and 300 wsm

Looks like your load work up was pretty easy with only minimum components used.

Congrats on great accuracy and good job on the trigger.

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