Originally Posted by 6.5x284tony
One exception to that rule.... The short action WSM and SAUM calibers were labeled Senderos, but other than that, you are correct.
Re-read my post....I listed the RSAUM calibers as short action Senderos, but those didn't come into play until around 2001-2002 when Remington was already making the 2nd generation Senderos (Sendero SF models).
Also, back then Remington didn't use WSM calibers, as there was a battle between the 2 companies as to which short mags would take-off and be more popular (Winchester won by a landslide due to ammo options and brass availability). I was still selling guns at the gun shop during this time, so I remember it pretty clear.
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Originally Posted by WildRose
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