Originally Posted by joseph
Since it is a souped up .308 I would think that your mounts and rings will be just fine. The Warbird kind of limits you to maybe 1,000 yds. for hunting.
If you were shooting a big caliber like the .338 Titan I would go with all steel. The Warbird is a plinker compared to the Titan. IMHO.
PS: Lets see some target groups you shoot with it at long range. I'm wondering if yours will out shoot my 1,500$ rifle.
I don't think you're very familiar with the 7.82 Lazzeroni Warbird caliber.....It is not a souped up .308 Win...
I'm pretty sure that at over 3½" long (7.82 Warbird) vs 2.810" (.308 Win), the Warbird is not simply a "souped up .308".... It is most comparable to a .300 RUM or .300 AllenMag, than anything else. That kinda puts it into a whole different category, like long-action magnum calibers (7.82 Warbird) vs short-action standard calibers (.308).
I don't own an Lazzeroni calibers, but I would like to have a 7.82 Warbird someday.
I think you might be confusing the 7.82 Warbird, with the 7.82 Patriot, which is basically a .300 WSM.
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Originally Posted by WildRose
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