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View Poll Results: Favorite 6.5 Cartridge
264 Win Mag 70 11.74%
264 Rem Mag 4 0.67%
65. STW 4 0.67%
6.5-284 131 21.98%
6.5 WSM 25 4.19%
6.5 SAUM 20 3.36%
6.5 Rem 59 9.90%
6.5-47 Lapaua 50 8.39%
6.5-06 45 7.55%
Other 188 31.54%
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Old 10-11-2013, 01:46 PM
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I really wish they were selling 9.3x64 Brenneke brass here. . . I know, it about the rarest of the rare factory rounds. Which totally sucks because it is one of the best, most balanced cartridges there is for big game.
Take a look down on the second <RWS> page! 9,3x64 available, just without picture! 9,3x64 is to be told to have better performance than 375 H & H and it's beltless.
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Cool Rhian! They have some 6.5 x 68 and 6.5 x 65 for the Sherman
I don't want to be cruel, but the 6,5 x 68 there is the rimmed version (R) for break action rifles... They have a really good selection there, so it shouldn't be a problem to get the rimless ordered. Have you seen the 7x65R and 9,3x64? And then the extremely rare 8x60S? Haven't seen any of those in Europe for a long time.
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Take a look down on the second <RWS> page! 9,3x64 available, just without picture! 9,3x64 is to be told to have better performance than 375 H & H and it's beltless.
An interesting looking case for sure... I think i would blow it out a little and sharpen the shoulder.
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An interesting looking case for sure... I think i would blow it out a little and sharpen the shoulder.
At which case did you look? I feel little insecure now because there isn't an image of the 9,3 x 64.
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At which case did you look? I feel little insecure now because there isn't an image of the 9,3 x 64.
I looked at the 9.3 x 64 case on Ammoguide
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I looked at the 9.3 x 64 case on Ammoguide
Ok! The 9,3x64 is a very powerfull and precise big game round with a lot of recoil. The case has nothing to do with the 7 x64 and was an extra invention. The round itself is almost too powerfull for the most of European big game except "grown" moose, huge red stags and wild boars. Should be a perfect round for all kinds of game in Alaska.
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Ok! The 9,3x64 is a very powerfull and precise big game round with a lot of recoil. The case has nothing to do with the 7 x64 and was an extra invention. The round itself is almost too powerfull for the most of European big game except "grown" moose, huge red stags and wild boars. Should be a perfect round for all kinds of game in Alaska.
Yeah, it looks like a powerful round.
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