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Question for 7mmRUM shooters

 
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Old 07-20-2006, 11:03 AM
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Re: Question for 7mmRUM shooters

Anyone tried the 200gr Wildcat out of the 7 rum???
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Re: Question for 7mmRUM shooters

i've shot the 200's out of a 30" 7 twist. 2900 was my accurate speed. this was with 872 powder.i'm sure it would shoot faster with retumbo or another powder. the 180 bergers were around 3250 with the same powder.
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Old 07-20-2006, 07:50 PM
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Thanks for the info, Dave. Wow, in either situation they are hard to beat for a cartridge that doesn't invove fireforming.
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Re: Question for 7mmRUM shooters

you're doing the right thing with the 9 twist. go with the 175,176, and 180 bullets. find the best one for your gun and don't look back.
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