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7 dakota improved

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Unread 02-16-2010, 11:29 AM
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Re: 7 dakota improved

Montana, the reason the 330 was used instead of the 300 was that they ( the guys building the 284 STAK ) found out the brass was much better quality on the 330 brass. Dakota has been upgrading their brass and as of a few years ago when the 284 STAK was built the 300 brass was still poor quality. It may be all the same by now and the 300 brass would obviously make the job much easier to do. --- RHB
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Unread 02-16-2010, 08:26 PM
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Re: 7 dakota improved

My plan is to do away with the STAK - just to many steps in the brass forming for me and we have never been able to achieve the velocities we hoped for without ruining our brass in a few firings.
My original question pertained only to the 7 Dakota - seems the way to go for me.
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