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7 STW recipes

 
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Old 08-26-2007, 07:12 PM
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Many thanks to

all who responded . I really appreciate real world exp . , beats the stuffings out of " theory " .

To throw a monkey wrench in the works how about some loads with a heavy and high bc bullet like the Cauterucio 176 grainer or the 180 Berger . That is what my rifle is twisted for , the heavies .

Once again , thanks all for your time and info .

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Old 08-29-2007, 10:57 PM
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I just got mine!

I just bought this 7mm STW it has a 30" Kreiger barrel 1 in 9" twist.

Will eventually be reloading for it!

Anybody shooting a 30" tube any advice for the longer tube.



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Old 08-29-2007, 11:35 PM
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Beautiful! Is that a Tooley MBR stock? What action, muzzle brake? Who is the gunsmith? Tell us all about it.

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Old 08-30-2007, 01:27 AM
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Yes Sir

That's a Tooley MBR it's a Sako action Jewell 2 oz trigger with safety.

Not sure who made the break I can find out tomorrow. it was made by Bill Sturdevant (sp) out of Colorado.

At least I think I got the name right I'm pretty sure of the last name. I've got another barrel also 6.5 X .300 WSM!

Got some factory ammo on it's way from Midway Fed Premium with Nosler 150 grain boatail. They had em on sale for $18.49 a box I couldn't pass that up 100 empty brass would've cost me 46 bucks + S&H I got 100 loaded rounds for 105 bucks.

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Old 08-30-2007, 08:49 AM
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That is an good looking rifles

Will you sale the spair Barrel beside your 7 mm stw .




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Old 08-30-2007, 11:21 AM
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7 Stw

Chuck, thanks for the tip on the Midway sale. I just ordered the same.

Lew
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Old 08-30-2007, 11:26 AM
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Hey!

I just got the rifle. I don't know yet if I will sale the extra barrel.

The 7mm STW is laying beside the rifle in that pic the 6.5 X .300 WSM is pictured on the rifle.

I'm going to shoot the 7mm STW barrel first then I will decide. I really don't need an extra barrel.

Rick had the 6.5 X .300 WSM barrel on the rifle I'd guess because he has a
.338 LM but the 1st thing I did was install the 7mm STW. I do know that the 6.5 barrel has about 100 rounds through it and they were mild.

I will let ya know how things go. I might decide to part with it I've got a few fire-formed brass and a set of dies for the 6.5 X .300 WSM also!

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