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Old 08-08-2009, 09:24 PM
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Re: Wildcat Bullets 7mm 200gr NOW SHIPPING

Does anyone have an opinion on a 200 gr out of a 1-9 running about 2900-2950? I am trying to get all I can for my F class rifle. What twist would be required to shoot them at that velocity? Thanks.
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Does anyone have an opinion on a 200 gr out of a 1-9 running about 2900-2950? I am trying to get all I can for my F class rifle. What twist would be required to shoot them at that velocity? Thanks.
Chris
They may well be worth a try in your barrel. They may surprise you and work. I think that on the extreme mags up towards 3400 an 8 twist barrel is used. Not 100% sure though.
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Re: Wildcat Bullets 7mm 200gr NOW SHIPPING

Will a 7mm Rem Mag shoot them with a 1/9 barrel?
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Re: Wildcat Bullets 7mm 200gr NOW SHIPPING

I'm not to familiar with your product. I have been shooting berger 180's for a long time with great sucess. I can't seem to get them to fill my order so I'm interested in you bullets. What twist rate are we looking at to stabilize? Are they sufficient for hunting? If all applies count me in for a 100.
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Re: Wildcat Bullets 7mm 200gr NOW SHIPPING

Congratulations Paul,

Any news on the design/ development of the 375 bullets we had talked about for the Cheytac Wildcats? I don't have our old e-mail in front of me, but would a Krieger 1-10 work or will it need to be a bit fast like 1 9.5 or so?

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Congratulations Paul,

Any news on the design/ development of the 375 bullets we had talked about for the Cheytac Wildcats? I don't have our old e-mail in front of me, but would a Krieger 1-10 work or will it need to be a bit fast like 1 9.5 or so?
I'm thinkin' they will do well w/a 10 twist but velocities will be at least 3200+
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Re: Wildcat Bullets 7mm 200gr NOW SHIPPING

I guess they are busy with those presses pointing them up, which is a good thing......but I would like to have 400 or 500 of these. Please PM me an invoice or a contact number.
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