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Accuracy with the .300 RUM

 
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Old 11-30-2003, 01:25 AM
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Re: Accuracy with the .300 RUM

gonetocamp,
I am very happy with the result. I had them touch up the crown as well ($35). Perceived recoil was definately substantially reduced but is still more in my opinion than the factory braked weatherby 30-378 that I own with the same bullets. This may be due to the rifle itself being very light with the plastic stock as compared to the Weatherby. I have a laminated stock that I will be installing on the RUM for further reduction but as is I can comfortably shoot more than 40 rounds in a days time. Half a dozen was more than enough before. Turn around early this year was about a week. The bead blasted finish that fades into the factory finish is a touch off from factory but barely noticeable. I will definately be using their services again.
HPA

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