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Old 07-17-2002, 06:36 PM
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Re: RIFLING TYPE

Dave thanks for the info, I'll give Jim a call. What I think I want is to neck up a 308 case to take a 338 bullet.
If they can do it with a 35 caliber bullet (358 win.) then a 338/308 should work. The 358is suppose to get about 2200 fps with a 300gr. bullet and 2250 with a 250gr factory load. I hope to get at least 2500fps out of a 22-24" barrel with this combination.
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