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Unread 01-18-2007, 06:17 PM
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chey tec 375

I'm haven someone build me a 375 cal taking a 408 neck it down to 375. have I lost my mind???? I'm asking anyone what is out their any info. Does anybody have info about Sierra new mk 375 cal 350 gr.[list] stephen.h.newberry@us.abb.com
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    Re: chey tec 375

    Newberry, first let me welcome you aboard, it's a good place with a great bunch of fellows.i'm assuming you have confidence that Sierra is going to make a 375 SMK or you wouldn't be having a gun built for that caliber. or are you gonna shoot the lost rivers?
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    Unread 01-18-2007, 07:05 PM
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    Thanks Well it's a long story Bill S is build one for me. I just seen in P.S that the sierra was making them for chey tec. I was just asking anyone what news good or bad about this cal or should i change to the 338 lapua????
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    Re: chey tec 375

    If your willing to fund a Chy-Tac based project why not a 338 Chy-Tac or the version that Kirby builds , their are lots of good 338 bullets out their and Berger is supposedly working on a 300gr class bullet and Wildcat bullets makes some up to 350gr I think. I personaly woulden't hold my breath on Serria building bullets for the general public.

    If it were me using the 408 case as a parrent for a custom I'd be building a 50 cal on that case. You'll get much longer barrel life , amazing energy and you'll have several good bullets to choose from.
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    Unread 01-18-2007, 07:42 PM
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    Re: chey tec 375

    Thanks for the in-put i'm fishing for info.i hope someone had one of these all ready
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    Re: chey tec 375

    talk to lawton, he seems to use this round alot. If it was me i would go with a 338 version. lawton suggested the 375 cliber also though.
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    i've heard from a very good source that sierra will be producing the 375 MK's. he has the drawings from sierra of 2 different 375 cal, 350 gr bullets. he will be receiving some from sierra for testing when they're ready.i know he has already built some guns for this caliber, 375/408 and i know for a fact the owners are not planning on shooting any solids.
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