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Old 03-12-2011, 09:09 PM
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Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

Ill make this short and to the point. I have been testing some projos from Cutting Edge. There are two versions. There is a 375 gr. and a 400 gr. in addition to the 350 gr. that has been around for a while now.

Heres the skinny, the 375 gr. runs 3150 or so and accuracy is very good. I have fired several 300 yd three shot groups that were under 1 in. I fired these from two barrels. One was an 8 constant twist and the other was a 6.5/13 gain twist Bartlien. It liked the 6.5 twist much more than the 8, I fired a three shot group at 1000 yds that was 2.75 in. center to center. The 400 gr run around 3000 and the 300 yd group was under an in. out of the 6.5 twist. I fired a three shot group at 1000 that measured 5.75 center to center.
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Old 03-12-2011, 09:42 PM
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Re: Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

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Ill make this short and to the point. I have been testing some projos from Cutting Edge. There are two versions. There is a 375 gr. and a 400 gr. in addition to the 350 gr. that has been around for a while now.

Heres the skinny, the 375 gr. runs 3150 or so and accuracy is very good. I have fired several 300 yd three shot groups that were under 1 in. I fired these from two barrels. One was an 8 constant twist and the other was a 6.5/13 gain twist Bartlien. It liked the 6.5 twist much more than the 8, I fired a three shot group at 1000 yds that was 2.75 in. center to center. The 400 gr run around 3000 and the 300 yd group was under an in. out of the 6.5 twist. I fired a three shot group at 1000 that measured 5.75 center to center.
On there site I only see 320 grain .375 bullets whats the skinny on the heavies?
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Old 03-12-2011, 10:00 PM
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Re: Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

I talked Dan into making something heavier. He came up with a 375 gr and 400 gr prototype. I have fired about fifty of each so far.
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:02 AM
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Re: Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

Well then we need some pics of those things, are you shooting a 375 rum, chey-tac or allen mag?
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:26 AM
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Re: Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

Add 1 in favor of pics!
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Old 03-13-2011, 11:21 AM
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Re: Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

They were shot from a standard 375 Chey-tac case. The design is for all practical purposes identical to the projos pictured in the web-site. These are just longer and heavier.
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Old 03-13-2011, 02:33 PM
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Re: Cutting Edge 375 Bullets

What is the projected BC ??
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