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.375/416 Barret?

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Unread 04-05-2010, 10:23 AM
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Re: .375/416 Barret?

Kirby,

They cost me $3.70 a piece incl. German VAT. That is if you order 700 of them. Smaller custon batch would cost more.
Then comes export paperwork cost and shipping to USA.

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Unread 04-15-2010, 12:40 PM
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Spoke with Quality Custom Cartridges. They can get you what you need, make great brass, and are right here in MD! They even said they would be willing to look at those cases for you Dave! They are really busy, but that's always a good sign of product quality. Worth a look!

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Unread 12-10-2010, 03:09 AM
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Any update on this project?????
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Unread 12-10-2010, 09:32 AM
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We'll have to wait on Dave Viers for the rest of the update, but it is all finished. I believe Dave was waiting to take it out to 3000 over in WY, and that was the hold up. Other then that, it's all done.
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Unread 12-13-2010, 12:56 AM
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Re: .375/416 Barret?

I too am considering the 375/416 barrett wildcat. As I love my 375 Cheytac it could still use more speed any info on your project would help me greatly.
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Re: .375/416 Barret?

If you are very interested and have a smith willing to build it, I can sell you a .50 cal complete rifle to use as a donor (mcmillan repeater with a spiral fluted bolt), a pacnor barrel, the reamer and go gauge and 200 rounds of brass.
I got very sick while I was working on this and kind of lost interest. First it was a bulging disks in my neck, then a brain tumor, then pulmonary embolisms, now a ruptured disk in my lower back. I just do not have the energy to complete it right now.
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If you are very interested and have a smith willing to build it, I can sell you a .50 cal complete rifle to use as a donor (mcmillan repeater with a spiral fluted bolt), a pacnor barrel, the reamer and go gauge and 200 rounds of brass.
I got very sick while I was working on this and kind of lost interest. First it was a bulging disks in my neck, then a brain tumor, then pulmonary embolisms, now a ruptured disk in my lower back. I just do not have the energy to complete it right now.

>Get well soon!
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