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Best .30 Caliber Chambering

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Re: Best .30 Caliber Chambering

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I have one of Sharp Shooter's triggers in my Savage and it is a great trigger.

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Corey, I think he was talking about an Accutrigger retrofit into older Savages. Yours is probably the SSS Competition trigger, right? That's the one I want to get for my 7Rem mag. Good stuff!
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    Re: Best .30 Caliber Chambering

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    Corey, I think he was talking about an Accutrigger retrofit into older Savages. Yours is probably the SSS Competition trigger, right? That's the one I want to get for my 7Rem mag. Good stuff!
    yes i was but they have both and they are both good triggers. i beleave the retro accutrigger is actually made by savage and sold by sss
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    Re: Best .30 Caliber Chambering

    the one with a krieger barrel of course.
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    Re: Best .30 Caliber Chambering

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    Corey, I think he was talking about an Accutrigger retrofit into older Savages. Yours is probably the SSS Competition trigger, right? That's the one I want to get for my 7Rem mag. Good stuff!
    Yes it is. Is good stuff.

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    Re: Best .30 Caliber Chambering

    Well… I've always liked and done extremely well with a .300 WM at 1K range with the 190gr and 210gr match bullets; if that's what’s meant by "long range" however with that said; I did very well with a .300 RSAUM using a 190gr Sierra one year at Raton. Kinda the best of both worlds, pushed pasted the .308 Win using the 190gr MK, with near .300 WM performance and recoil was about in the middle of the two. Accuracy’…, that was over the top in my rifle. Yep, I think the .300 RSAUM might be a very good bet for a LR starter.
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    Re: Best .30 Caliber Chambering

    I would get a 300 weatherby or 300 win mag. You definitely need to get a muzzle break. I would not go any larger in case capacity due to recoil in the light factory rifles. I like your choice of 30 cal because you can shoot 100 grain to 240 grain bullets.

    If you were going to build a custom rifle I would build a 16lb 300 Norma mag. The 300 Norma mag is basicly a shortened 338 laup mag case necked down to 30 cal. It is a lot more efficient than the 300 ultra mag meaning you can shoot the same bullet at a higher velocity with less powder.
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