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.264 win Mag

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Unread 04-11-2010, 12:01 AM
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.264 win Mag

So I have a new obsession. I checked out a friend's custom .264 Win Mag and I want one as a long-range coyote gun. Here's my question, without dropping $1200 on a Sendero with a stock I don't like, is there a production .264 with a heavy barrel? (Like .80" or bigger)

Or should I just rebarrel my 7mm?
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    6.5mm-300 Win Mag





    140gr Accubond over 3300 FPS in a 24 1/2" barrel.
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    Unread 04-11-2010, 12:57 AM
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    Re: .264 win Mag

    Oh dear.....
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    Re: .264 win Mag

    Shaneman- Not that I know. However, if you do get a Sendero on .264 mag you will not be unhappy. Try 70.0 grains of RE 25 behind a 120 Nosler Btip. I have this and a Kenton knob on my Leupold scope. It dusts rocks easily out to 700 yards. More if I do my part.
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