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.30-375 Ruger Opinions...

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Unread 12-29-2010, 11:44 PM
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Re: .30-375 Ruger Opinions...

Hey Josh,

If you fire up JBM and run the general FT/lbs vs. yards you will see that a good (but not insane pressure) 300wm load will deliver plenty to get the job done out to about 1k, especially if you use something like a berger 210 or hornady 208.

I am still frothing at the mouth for a non belted mag of some kind. Yeah, I drank from the New Coolaid punch bowl ;) I still reload for a 300wm that my brother & law owns, nothing wrong with the tried-n-true!

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Unread 12-30-2010, 07:21 PM
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Re: .30-375 Ruger Opinions...

tried and true is a good way to look at it. i was thinking of finally building one of these large .30s due to the new 225gr Hornady match that is due out in 2011. it is a good excuse to me at least
what i was looking for through this discussion was some kind of profound 'magical' aspect that applies only to the beltless magnums, but it really doesnt exist (i could quickly see it dissolving into a .30-06 + 8mm Mauser vs. 7.62x54R + .303 Brit argument.)

i guess the .300WM is gonna be it then, since there is not a terribly large advantage by going with the 30-375.
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