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Unread 08-18-2010, 02:04 PM
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Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

Does anybody have any info on a 30-378 super mountaneer built by mountain rifle inc, I just purchased one and would like some info on them.

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casey
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    Unread 08-19-2010, 03:39 AM
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    anybody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Unread 08-19-2010, 11:43 AM
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    I own a couple of 30-378's but they're SAKO M995s and fairly heavy but no brakes. The 30-378 does have a bit of recoil. You might want to use hearing protection.

    Here's all I know about Mountain Rifle Inc. (just a web search).
    https://store.bluebookinc.com/Instan...duct=5&id=1267
    http://www.icollector.com/images/161..._0819_1_lg.jpg
    BBL: 26 inch round
    Stock: composite
    Gauge: 30-378
    Finish: black
    $3,750.00USD (sold at auction).

    It looks like an ultra-light design. Is that what your's looks like? . What does yours weigh?
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    X2 on the hearing protection. I don't have a 30-378 but I do have a Accumark 338-378 and I wear plugs and muffs cause it is LOUD!!!

    Recoil is reasonable but the report is off the chart.
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    Unread 08-19-2010, 01:38 PM
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    that is what mine looks like without the thumb hole stock mine weighs 4.25 pounds without scope i have a swarovski 3x10 the total weight is 7lbs. i purchase weatherby ammo and it is to hot the casings get stuck so i wish i could find somebody who has one to fill me in on some reloading tips and tricks im very new to this big calliber hunting.

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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    They were made in palmer alaska by a man named Dan Campbell. Who was my uncle. I will try to find more info for you. My father has same rifle an has load for it a 160 grain I think movin at 4200 fps.
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    ttt please
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