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Old 03-23-2005, 05:43 PM
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Re: Wildcat Bullets best accuracy...Kirby and others

Harv,

We would have to go through an exporter to get you a rifle. If your interested I can look into the details.

Drop me an e-mail at:

kballen@3rivers.net

and I will get you some price information on the 270 Allen Mag.

I will be heading up to Canada here the first week in April to test the 257 and 270 Allen Mag out on some Corsican rams so I will report the results. Bullets tested will be the 156 gr ULD in 257 loaded to 3350 fps and the 169.5 gr ULD in 270 loaded to 3400 fps.

We are looking to take hopefully three rams with these two rounds so we should get lots of pics and data to report.

Good Shooting!!

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Old 03-23-2005, 07:05 PM
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Re: Wildcat Bullets best accuracy...Kirby and others

Kirby,

It ain't the rifle I'm skeer'd of......

It kind of the wanna, gotta, do I needa thing.

The price you quoted me last was right on the mark. Then a decent scope, dies etc and I'm shootin'

Just a bit non-committal at the moment....

Good luck on those rams......
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Old 03-25-2005, 12:06 PM
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Re: Wildcat Bullets best accuracy...Kirby and others

Harv, to answer your question about importing a rifle, it is really quite simple. Dispite hating the C68 laws, it does create one positive thing. We are all considered 'dealers', at least from a personal importation point of view.

If you want a rifle from Fiftydriver, get the serial number and all data, register it with CFC, fill out a form from DFAIT, they will send you the Cdn govt approved copies in a couple of weeks, send that down to Fiftydriver, he fills out State Dept forms, wait for 3 to 4 weeks for approval, get approval, and he sends the rifle to you. You have it verified by a CFC verifier, entered into the database, you own a new rifle.

costs will depends on what people want to charge. Except for postage/courier, the Cdn side is all free. The State Dept forms are free to fill but companies charge something. If you have a gun built, you can work that out with Fiftydriver.

The time to get all the paperwork done is about the same as having a gun built, so start early and the paperwork might be done when the barrel is test fired.

Second option would be to get a reamer and cut a barrel up here. Doubt that will get Fiftydriver's approval but is a viable plan.

The dies and such can come up with the rifle. Just needs to be included as part of the export forms.

Hope this helps...
Jerry
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