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338 snipe-tac

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Unread 01-29-2009, 11:59 PM
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Re: 338 snipe-tac

DeepandSilence, just a thought, it may be that a few of the boys playing with the expensive toys has also paid their dues and knows firsthand about weeing in the panties rather than wiggling at the wrong time. It could be that memories such as these are in the distant past and they are content to take the grandson out and bust a few rocks on the other side of the hill. Most have taken care of business over the years and if the barrel burns out they will have another one screwed on, hell most will already have a extra sitting at the smithey.
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    Unread 01-30-2009, 12:09 AM
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    Re: 338 snipe-tac

    Well folks, I did not mean to hurt any of you guys business with my comment, but if I did so I apologize. I also did not know that some of you folks get customers via the site and or the forums. I am not a sponsor of the either.

    I am truly stating that I have no idea what troll means. But more than likely that is not what I am.

    I have never started a fight in my life, but I have ended a bunch.

    There is no need to get defensive and or aggressive here.

    Now, what I have studied when it comes to ballistics and new wild cats that I will keep it to my self here in southern IN.

    I will not be responding any furthermore posts.

    I wish y'all my best with your business.

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    Unread 01-30-2009, 11:28 PM
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    Re: 338 snipe-tac

    I for one know how fast the barrels "burn out" on any of the 408 cased cartridges. I happened to be the 1st to ever pull a trigger on a 408 based case in 1999. I know the 408, 375, and 338 CheyTac, amoung others. Trust Kirby and Dave, as they have carried on the shooting where I left off with the 408/338 modified brass, and I still work with them.

    But, Please don't ever question my resume as to what past qualificatins I may have. And, I'm still doing it. Enuff. Want to know more, send a private email.

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    Unread 01-02-2011, 01:43 PM
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    Re: 338 snipe-tac

    What brass are you using in your snipetac, jamison? If so how is the quality and durability?
    Remington 700 7mm SAUM Magnum Research Barrel
    Savage Target Action 6.5x47 Lapua
    Savage Predator Hunter Max1 6.5-284 Norma
    Savage Bear Hunter 338 Win Mag
    "Gotta Kill It Before You Can Grill It"
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