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338 300 gr A-Max Bullets

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Unread 03-15-2007, 05:30 PM
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Re: 338 300 gr A-Max Bullets

i would love to see an a-max in the 270 weight range with a BC that would be similar to the 300SMK.a 270 accubond wouldn't hurt my feelings either!
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    Re: 338 300 gr A-Max Bullets

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    I just tested a prototype 270 solid bullet for a company in my 338 AM. IT was similiar to the LRB J40 bullet. BC measured out to be around .860 and I was able to break 3600 fps with this bullet in a 40" 1-10 barrel.

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    Kirby

    I know of a guy making a 270 grain solid with a b.c over 1. It requires a 1-7 twist at 3000 fps. The only problem is you have to buy 300 at a time. Thats a lot of bullets to try, just to see if they will stabilize.

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    D-A,

    What are then made out of? They would have to be EXTREMELY long for a BC of over 1.0. Would have to be at least around 2.2" in length. I can not think of a brass or copper alloy that would make a bullet this long and stay at 270 grains?

    Can you get some specs on these bullets and maybe some pics?

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    Fifty

    I can but it will have to wait till monday. I am due back states side then. The internet server where i am at is limited to say the least.

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    Re: 338 300 gr A-Max Bullets

    will you post pics and specs here or will you send me an email at tito50bmg@yahoo.com . thanks
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    Re: 338 300 gr A-Max Bullets

    here is a link to them. go to the english rifles pages. its the LM-105.

    http://home.snafu.de/l.moeller/

    Dave its "lutz"

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