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Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

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Unread 10-25-2010, 05:53 PM
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Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

I bet he did them without the wby freebore. That is why they are to hot.
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    Ah, finally..some boys that enjoy recoil. It's like eating hot chili ain't it?
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    Hey Hockeyman
    Im married to Dan Campbells daughter, I may have info your looking for by asking his wife. Let me know what you would like to know about your rifle and ill get that info for you.
    Thanks Brian
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    Post some pics guys! And yes good to not hear a bunch of wimpering about recoil on a hunting rifle.
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    Brian

    I work with hockyman, I'll get him that info thanks!
    By the way, I was the one that had him look into those Mountain rifles Inc 30-378s what a work of art they are! The ultimate hunting rifle really, super lightweight and with that break he built it kicks like a .270 and with the concave ports on the break the sounds cancels itsself out when they hit limiting allot of the blast noise to a point. What a great find that rifle was for him!
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    Re: Mountain Rifles Inc 30-378

    Family and a friend bought four or the 30-378's from Dana ( some called him Dan I guess ) love these guns, light weight and very potent. The load we are shooting now was on the suggestion of Dana, which was to work up a load using the 140 gr lost river ballistic technologies bullets. They have a very high BC. Some say they are to light for elk but I have not lost one yet. Many elk taken between 500 and 800 yards. The load I settled on is using 113 gr of reloader 25. Getting 3940 fps on 3 of the guns and 3850 fps on one gun. These guns are awsome. they shoot VERY FAST and FLAT.
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