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Old 03-03-2008, 12:42 PM
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Can't we just get some Mexican illegals to transport them?
They seem to cross our Southern Border at will, give them a week to walk to the Northern Border and production should be able to begin :(

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Old 03-03-2008, 06:52 PM
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with a 9 twist i can't help but think you'd be best off with the 220 or 240 gr bullets. Sierra and others make 210 gr bullets which are very popular with long range hunters in the big 30's around here. if you can't "get r done" with a 240, it ain't gonna happen!
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I'm sure fiftydriver or lone ranger will be amonst the very first to find out. Hopefully they will let me know before the rest of you I had a nice chat with Richard about 2 weeks ago and he was calmly optomistic about a timely product release. I say calmly because he is no fool and has likely encountered Murphy's first law before. Worst thing for me is my reamer doesn't look like its a good one for his 265. Might have to send it back for a refinish.
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at the risk of being rude i've been working on these..338's
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at the risk of being rude i've been working on these..338's
Hey Fella!

Rude?? Rude ain't a strong enough word;)

Whatchamean 'bout working on 'em. Shootin' or makin'?

If shootin' how 'bout some stats?

I have a super shootin' 338 RUM that if it handles the 265s as well as it does the 300 SMKs will allow me to cancel my Edge or AX dreamin' and get on with life.
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Old 03-03-2008, 10:28 PM
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i'm with Roy, i'd like to hear the definition of "working on"

looks like you just smacked the tip with a hammer!
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Old 03-04-2008, 11:58 AM
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making them those were the droped rejects!!![unfriendly concrete]
275 grn 1.800 oal also have some 290's in the works 1.900 oal.
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