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Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

 
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:53 PM
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RUM and win mag are boring.
I've got both... guess I'm boring........(said in an Eeyore monotone)
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I've got both... guess I'm boring........(said in an Eeyore monotone)
The Rum we had i could not get to shoot for anything, left a bad taste in my mouth, and the win mag, not a fan of belts (i know i know, after the first firing you head space off the shoulder like any other belt less cartridge). Just wanted something different.
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The Rum we had i could not get to shoot for anything, left a bad taste in my mouth, and the win mag, not a fan of belts (i know i know, after the first firing you head space off the shoulder like any other belt less cartridge). Just wanted something different.
build a 7stw if you want something different. If you really want to be wonky go for a 270 stw or 257 stw.
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build a 7stw if you want something different. If you really want to be wonky go for a 270 stw or 257 stw.
Why even post stuff like this, he wanted something interesting and stupid accurate no other reason needed. We could go find an stw thread and ask why someone would build a rifle on an has been, never will be and easily surpassed cartridge but we don't because if you want to shoot one then more power to ya. We get it you like the stw but that has zero to do with Riley's thread on his rifle!
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And i wanted more than 1200 rounds of barrel life, and this is going to be a 1k elk and deer thumper and even though the ballistics of a 7stw and 270 stw with heavy weights say its possible, i like more displacement and energy with the 30 cal.

Just got off the phone with Nate, he said to go ahead and try it, he said it shouldnt hurt the brake but if it did he would replace it. He also said that if we are able to remove the brake they would match together almost seamlessly once we put it back together, which was a big concern of mine.
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Why even post stuff like this, he wanted something interesting and stupid accurate no other reason needed. We could go find an stw thread and ask why someone would build a rifle on an has been, never will be and easily surpassed cartridge but we don't because if you want to shoot one then more power to ya. We get it you like the stw but that has zero to do with Riley's thread on his rifle!
I was simply teasing Riley a bit. No need to get your undies in a bind......
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