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300um VS 7um

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Unread 01-15-2009, 05:44 PM
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300um VS 7um

I am thinking about puting together another rifle using a savage action and a pac-nor barrel but i dont know what caliber to go with 7um or 300um or which one in everyones mind is the most accurate. I also would like any info on were to buy a savage action. Thanks
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    Unread 01-15-2009, 07:23 PM
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    Re: 300um VS 7um

    what and how far do you want to shoot?
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    Re: 300um VS 7um

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    I am thinking about puting together another rifle using a savage action and a pac-nor barrel but i dont know what caliber to go with 7um or 300um or which one in everyones mind is the most accurate. I also would like any info on were to buy a savage action. Thanks


    I like the 7mm with the heavy bullets. Just get a 9" twist or faster.

    Get a hold of Jim Briggs. He owns Northland Shooter Supply. He only deals in Savage guns, actions, parts, barrels, Shilen barrels, and McGowan barrels.

    I just ordered a 7mmWSM from him.

    Jim can most often be found on the Savage Shooter forum.
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    Re: 300um VS 7um

    I plan on shooting paper and other targets when i am not hunting whitetails during the fall. geargrinder does he have a website or someway i could reach him
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    I plan on shooting paper and other targets when i am not hunting whitetails during the fall. geargrinder does he have a website or someway i could reach him
    No website. Here is his info:


    New Contact Information for NSS:
    E-mail - briggs.j-b@q.com (that is Q.com not G.com)
    Phone - 763/682-4296
    Fax - 763/682-6098
    Mailing address:
    PO Box 333
    Buffalo, MN 55313

    Thanks in advance for everyone's patience.

    Jim Briggs
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    Thanks geargrinder for all of your help i really appreciate it.
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    Re: 300um VS 7um

    The devil is in the details...... Bullet selection is part of the equation as well.

    LV
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