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Old 03-05-2013, 04:00 PM
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I have had a 7/300 wby for over 25 years mine was built by Howard Wolfe and I am curious as to who is building yours and and how did you decide on the 7/300 wby. The advice you have recieved here is right on.
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:13 AM
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Mine is being built by Randy Selby of Randy's custom rifles. He is building it on an old Enfield action I had. I chose this caliber after some discussion with him. Decided on this over the 7STW because there is a better choice of brass. Check out his web site. Randy's custom rifles. He has a good section about his history and experience.
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by ELKS2TH View Post
Mine is being built by Randy Selby of Randy's custom rifles. He is building it on an old Enfield action I had. I chose this caliber after some discussion with him. Decided on this over the 7STW because there is a better choice of brass. Check out his web site. Randy's custom rifles. He has a good section about his history and experience.
Run a 300 roy through a 7stw die and it only needs to be fireformed and trimmed. I prefer standard shoulders so I've been with the stw. To each their own; they are both fine rounds.
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