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Parent Case of the "Tomahawk"..?????

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Unread 04-19-2004, 05:01 AM
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Parent Case of the "Tomahawk"..?????

What case is used to form 30 cal.Tomahawk...??How does it compare to the 30wssm or the rem.30 ultra-mag...???
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Re: Parent Case of the "Tomahawk"..?????

The Tomahawk is an improved 300 UltraMag.
From what I can remember the shoulder angle is increased from 30 to 35 degrees and the shoulder diameter from .525" to 535".

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Unread 04-19-2004, 01:36 PM
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Re: Parent Case of the "Tomahawk"..?????

Lazzeroni makes a Tomahawk too, if that's the one you're thinking of. It's a bit bigger in diameter than the Ultra or WSM case, but short like the WSM, shortened version of the Warbird. The Lazzeroni cases are of original design. They're smaller in diameter than the Rigby, larger diameter than the 404 Jeffery or Ultra Mags and WSM's.
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