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New 30/375 wildcat

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Unread 11-06-2012, 11:54 PM
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Re: New 30/375 wildcat

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I like the results on your 30/375. The 375 ruger case is amazing. I did one of these in 338 and am getting 3130 fps with a 250 gr amax. With compressed loads. Do you know anyone who has done this in 7mm.
I can crowd 3000' with the 230's which isn't bad in a .308 diameter. I would really like to get my hands on some RL-33.......Rich
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    Re: New 30/375 wildcat

    Powder Valley had some not too long ago. If you were closer I'd hook you up with some Rich. I bought 8lbs of it. If you can fit enough of it there is some extra velocity to be had. In my 6.5-300wm it took 75grs of R-33 pretty easy and 70grs of Retumbo is max. I gained about 50-60fps.
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    Powder Valley had some not too long ago. If you were closer I'd hook you up with some Rich. I bought 8lbs of it. If you can fit enough of it there is some extra velocity to be had. In my 6.5-300wm it took 75grs of R-33 pretty easy and 70grs of Retumbo is max. I gained about 50-60fps.
    Man, that stuff is slower than I thought! It might work if I was using some 230's?........Rich
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    Re: New 30/375 wildcat

    You might run out of capacity before you get velocity. It would probably be better in a .300RUM.
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    You might run out of capacity before you get velocity. It would probably be better in a .300RUM.
    I agree. I could use it if I made some 250-260 grainers but then I woulod run out of twist......Rich
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    Re: New 30/375 wildcat

    Nathan, have you tried R33 in your edge with a 300 grainer yet?
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    Re: New 30/375 wildcat

    No not yet Shane.
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