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Unread 01-31-2004, 04:52 PM
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Wild cat question.

I was just thumbing through a Redding reloading catalog and came up with these questions.

Is a .280 remington Improved 40 degree the same as a .280 ackley improved?

Where on the i9nternet can I find info on (maybe even a picture) for these rounds and their pros and cons.

.240 Gibbs.
.240 coyote #2.
.240 page super pooper.
.243 catbird.
6mm 06.
6mm 06 Improved 40 deg.
.284 Baer.
7mm Gibbs.

Lastly, has anyone had a rifle built by or have any knoledge of guns built by Edd Woslum of Evolution USA in white Bird Idaho?
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    Re: Wild cat question.

    4KED HORN a280 remington imp. 40 degree is the same as a 280 ackley improved
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    Re: Wild cat question.

    My friend,
    I will be in town next week to see my tax lady, I will drop off my copy of "Wildcat Catridges I and II". It doesn't have all the ones you listed but most and many more!
    See Ya!
    Dave.
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    Hey Dave.

    Will you have time to go kill song dogs?
    The neighbor lady is letting me use her dog to hunt with. It's a mut that is about the same size as a coyote and shlunks around in the snow like a coyote. I will have to tell you more about it when you come to town.
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    Rem700

    Thanks for the info.
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