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Unread 09-13-2011, 09:40 PM
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Re: what cal?

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i would like to know more bout those two cals but really thinkin more along the lines of somethin that shoots really good that most anybody would have rounds for or when i start reloading for it the cases are not like $1 a peice. i like to shoot alot.
.260 Rem then.
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    Re: what cal?

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    .260 rem then.

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    Re: what cal?

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    i would like to know more bout those two cals but really thinkin more along the lines of somethin that shoots really good that most anybody would have rounds for or when i start reloading for it the cases are not like $1 a peice. i like to shoot alot.
    Back to the Model 7 CDL in .260 or 270WSM. This is a current production rifle and can be had at a reasonable $$. Based on the fact you already have some 30 cals and a real shoulder thumper at that I would go with the .260 It will flat knock a WT on it's azz and are a joy to shoot with very little recoil. The .260 is starting to shine in the competition ring with these high BC 6.5mm bullets.

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