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Len's new 7 LRM - first day at the range

 
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Old 06-25-2013, 10:55 AM
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Re: Len's new 7 LRM - first day at the range

I am having Gunwerks put a new barrel on my action, chambered in this LRM. My only concerns were about the long term viability of the cartridge and availability of brass, so do you all think my concerns are unfounded?
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Re: Len's new 7 LRM - first day at the range

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I am having Gunwerks put a new barrel on my action, chambered in this LRM. My only concerns were about the long term viability of the cartridge and availability of brass, so do you all think my concerns are unfounded?
I doubt that Gunwerks is doing away with their 7LRM anytime soon. I also think that this cartridge design has a real future and is not just a fad. I would/will do another 7LRM in a heartbeat. I'm pretty sure that Hornady is also making the brass now for Gunwerks with their headstamp which should be some assurance of future supply.
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Can someone explain how the 7LRM compares/differences/performs against the 7STW?

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