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New 30/375 wildcat

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Man oh man Rich, there's nothing at all not to like about that!!!!!
Ya, I'm pretty jacked about the whole package. I'm going to send my SIII in to see if they can calibrate it while the barrel is being treated. Tomorrow, I hope a bear shows his face......Rich
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    Goodness Gracious! Those are the guns you almost hate to shoot. You better get a new one built so you can save that one for very special shooting occasions!

    Scot E.
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    Goodness Gracious! Those are the guns you almost hate to shoot. You better get a new one built so you can save that one for very special shooting occasions!

    Scot E.
    It's the best I've ever had! I recommend that you save up your beans and buy a BAT action. I hated to spend that kind of $$$$$ but I'm realy glad that I did. I have all the good stuff in a pkg. and can now just replace barrels when necessary....rich
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    It's the best I've ever had! I recommend that you save up your beans and buy a BAT action. I hated to spend that kind of $$$$$ but I'm realy glad that I did. I have all the good stuff in a pkg. and can now just replace barrels when necessary....rich
    so do you think that is most of where the accuracy is coming from, the action. I know you said you were very happy with the barrel too. And the cartridge is playing some kind of role too.

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    so do you think that is most of where the accuracy is coming from, the action. I know you said you were very happy with the barrel too. And the cartridge is playing some kind of role too.

    Scot E.
    Ya, I think the whole pkg. came together. You don't get a rifle that shoots like that unless EVERYTHING is right. The barrel was exceptional according to my smith. I think the cartridge is a good design too, and so far, case life is very good for the velocities I'm getting. I really like that straight wall design with the 40 degree shoulder coupled with a good neck. Everything stays put in the chamber with little stretching etc. Again though, it all starts with the foundation and that BAT action is stiff and true.........Rich
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    A 0.07" 3-shot group at 100 yds is simply sick Rich. In a very wonderful way of course.
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    A 0.07" 3-shot group at 100 yds is simply sick Rich. In a very wonderful way of course.
    No crap huh! I'd be cool with my 7lrm shooting 5 or 6 times worse than that when it comes back (thats a .35 or .42)
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