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300wm rechambering to????

 
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Old 11-12-2011, 03:26 PM
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Re: 300wm rechambering to????

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thats good to know, is it better to have it fluted after i shot a box or so out of it?

i plan to have my local gunsmith build my barrell. he has build several 1k comp rifles.

i'd like to be accurate and confident at 800+

from what i've read, and researched thanks to you guys, i'll stick with 300wm, and prob look into a 26-28in barrell with a good brake as well... agreed?
Fluting would normally be done before hand.

In my case, it was an afterthought.

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Old 11-12-2011, 05:07 PM
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Re: 300wm rechambering to????

thats good to know, i'm not stuck on fluting the barrell, but i do like the look and if it would help lighten it more than what has been mentioned, i'd def be looking into it.

but its cheaper and less likely to mess with the accuracy if i do not, so i think i'll be going that way!
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