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Unread 11-13-2011, 11:18 PM
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Re: .264 win mag

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Forgive me if this information is elsewhere; will the 140 grain Accubond stabilize in "most" 1-9" twist barrels?
At .264wm velocities it should.
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    Unread 01-04-2012, 09:56 PM
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    Re: .264 win mag

    I been hunting with 264 Win Mag for about 10 years. I've hunted Antelope, mule deer, and Elk. I use 140 gr XLC excellent round for elk. I never had a problem taken Elk from 50 to 400 yds. I used factory load Winchester 140 grain and they were coming out at 3,200 fps but I have a 26 barrel on mine. Remington are quite a bit slower.
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    Re: .264 win mag

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    Hey guys. I am looking for some people that have practical field info on the .264 win mag. I just recently purchased one and I'm curious of the success (or failures) that others have had with it. And before everyone tells me I could do better with a 7mm win mag or a .270 wsm...I got both and have had good success with both...I just wanted to add the .264 to the collection. Thanks everyone!!
    I have owned a 264Win since 1963 always have hand loaded. I have used 100gr for wood chucks and fox. I have used 160gr round nose for moose and deer. I have mostly used the lowest power reloads as I do not get shots at more than 100yds.
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    Re: .264 win mag

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    I have owned a 264Win since 1963 always have hand loaded. I have used 100gr for wood chucks and fox. I have used 160gr round nose for moose and deer. I have mostly used the lowest power reloads as I do not get shots at more than 100yds.
    I have downed a lot of deer with the 85 & 100 Ballistic tips with my 264
    hit them above the shoulder and below the spine drops them where they stand every time.
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    Unread 02-03-2012, 07:39 PM
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    Re: .264 win mag

    My friend is helping with the Reloading right now. I used to have Alabama Ammo reload my ammo for me but I don't know what happened to their website. They did an excellent job helping find the right load for my first 264 win mag I owned. Now that I had my weatherby Vanguard in the 7mm Remington Magnum rechambered for 264 win mag I got the bug again.
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    Unread 02-23-2012, 08:09 AM
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    Re: .264 win mag

    Hey Guys,

    Check out the new Cabelas shooting and reloading catalog. They have resurected the Winchester .264 Magnum Westerner. It is on the post "64" action but should still be one fine machine. Has the 26" barrel and all. Who sez this calibre is fading away ???
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    Unread 02-23-2012, 08:32 AM
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    Re: .264 win mag

    That's cool If they are offering it in 264 Winchester Magnum I sure would Like to buy another one especially if it has a 26" barrel
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