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.300 Allen Xpress ....looking for all the info i can get

very intersted in the .300 allen xpress...kirby sent me a little info but i am looking for all the info i can find ....i wanna know what you know. thanks
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    Unread 09-20-2007, 11:29 PM
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    Me thinks Kirby is the only one who knows "anything" about it, really.
    I don't know if the first one is even put together yet.
    I know that the 338 AX has been put together and proven itself.

    Why would one have a hankerin' for a 300 AX any way? Varmint huntin';)
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    not so much the varmints more as a long range Elk/deer/bear or any other woodland creature i should hold a tag for . thanks

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    Loco,

    That was one of my Smart ***** remarks (note the winkie face). I'm a 338 Kind of guy. Those itty bitty 30 cals are pecker wood girlie man guns.

    If I weren't such a helluva nice fella someone woulda knocked me on my butt by now, and would have drive clear out here to do it!
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    Ya i figured that there was a hint of sarcasm or something there....and i am a new commer to this long range shooting stuff always been fascinated by it but never had the money to build a gun....till now..and i wanna build a gun that i know i can handle the recoil on and i dunno about going bigger than .30...thanks
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    The 30 AX Mag is an Improved 338 Laupa necked to 30 Cal..... Other than the Strong and consistent Laupa brass it offers nothing over the 300 RUM IMHO.....
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    Loco,

    That was one of my Smart ***** remarks (note the winkie face). I'm a 338 Kind of guy. Those itty bitty 30 cals are pecker wood girlie man guns.

    If I weren't such a helluva nice fella someone woulda knocked me on my butt by now, and would have drive clear out here to do it!

    Thats funny coming from a known 270 owner!
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