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Unread 08-15-2003, 12:30 PM
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Re: 30 WOLF

can you put a picture of a 30 WOLF with a 338 LM side by side to compare , since we speak of the 30 WOLF I have see any picture of the cartridge

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    Re: 30 WOLF

    STL, do you know if the dies will work on an RCBS RockChucker?
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    Re: 30 WOLF

    Dantec,

    I don't have any straight .338 Lapua cases anymore - they've all been Wolfed...

    Nighthawk, I use the old Rockchucker all the time to load for the .30 Wolf...

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    Re: 30 WOLF

    I have a RockChucker as well, but S1 told me that there isn't enough room and suggesed that I get a larger one or a Hornady. I personally would like a Redding progressive one if it will work. Do you know if the dies will work on that? Let me get someting straight, if I buy and use the dies that S1 makes that is all it takes to convert .338 Lapua cases to Wolf cases other than turning necks?
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    Well, again, he's seen me use a regular Rockchucker a hundred times to load for the Wolf - he must have been...uh...distracted...

    Nope, you must have a way to neck down from .338 to .308 caliber. S1 uses three downsizing dies made by RCBS, I think, to get the necks down in three steps. You could do the same thing with three type-S bushings in a sizer made to accept them...
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    STL, do you think I could give you a call sometime here? I think it would be a lot easier on us and Len.
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    Email me your number at stl_shooter@swbell.net...
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