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.300 WSM vs. 7mm WSM

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Unread 03-29-2013, 12:50 PM
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Re: .300 WSM vs. 7mm WSM

Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
I am getting to the opinion that BC is BS!! One of the most accurate rifles that I ever shot was a 30BR using a 118 grain bullet with crap for a BC.
BC has nothing to do with accuracy. It has to do with how well it slices through the air.
Guns I own: 300 winchester magnum, 7mm Rem mag, 243, H&R 22 revolver, BT99 12 gauge, 20 gauge break action. 20 gauge pump, 22 break action, 257 Roberts, winchester super x 1. Wishlist: 308 winchester, 6.5mm-284 Norma, 17 HMR, 7mm RUM, another 7mm rem mag LOL, 44 magnum revolver, 30-30 lever action, 44 lever action.
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Unread 03-29-2013, 01:16 PM
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Re: .300 WSM vs. 7mm WSM

With the tone and depth of knowledge of some of the junior posters here I think the snipershide and 24hrcampfire must have gotten around to banning some of their less desirable members.
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Unread 03-29-2013, 03:53 PM
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Re: .300 WSM vs. 7mm WSM

I just got a notice that this thread was still going. Retirement is getting easier to handle. It's been a year and a half, and I haven't picked up any larger calibers since. The 7mmWSM is still one of my favorites....a factory model 70 with a light synthetic stock. A recent addition was a 700BDL in 7mmSTW. Not quite the Lazzeroni FireHawk, but close. Later.
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