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Unread 11-22-2013, 08:32 PM
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Re: my new 7mmx300win

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I just picked up 6lbs of H1000 a little bit ago and I got about 500 bergers left so don't worry guys there will be plenty of shooting for me to share!
cummin-un-glued;

I have been on the quest that you have attained and I see that you are approaching the summit of your quest in your rifle build..

I am just getting started up the mountain but I hope to get there with you or
just a little behind..

I too; have a 300 win mag... I started with one in the Service and they wouldn't let me keep it... So I bought a 300 win mag, Model 70 in the early 60's and it will NOT cut the mustard.. So I recently bought the Savage, model 110, bull barrel, and it won't hold 1000 yards without some of "John Wayne's Kentucky windage..

Plain and simple;; I want to build one like yours.. I am not the crazy about Weatherby..

I do believe that I could accomplish what I want if I can get the MM mated up to the 300 win mag and get the 28 inch barrel?? It has a 24 inch now with a
lot of free bore.. I am seating 3.615 now with berger 210 gr. VLD match.

Could you give me some pointers?? Please

Knapper
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    Unread 11-23-2013, 12:33 PM
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    Re: my new 7mmx300win

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    cummin-un-glued;

    I have been on the quest that you have attained and I see that you are approaching the summit of your quest in your rifle build..

    I am just getting started up the mountain but I hope to get there with you or
    just a little behind..

    I too; have a 300 win mag... I started with one in the Service and they wouldn't let me keep it... So I bought a 300 win mag, Model 70 in the early 60's and it will NOT cut the mustard.. So I recently bought the Savage, model 110, bull barrel, and it won't hold 1000 yards without some of "John Wayne's Kentucky windage..

    Plain and simple;; I want to build one like yours.. I am not the crazy about Weatherby..

    I do believe that I could accomplish what I want if I can get the MM mated up to the 300 win mag and get the 28 inch barrel?? It has a 24 inch now with a
    lot of free bore.. I am seating 3.615 now with berger 210 gr. VLD match.

    Could you give me some pointers?? Please

    Knapper
    Yes sir I would be glad to help in any way that I can. Did you buy the savage long range hunter? Anyways it sounds like your wanting to do a custom build off of the savage action or are you going to play with this rifle you have now first?

    For everyone else that might be following this thread and might not check into the ELR section of the forum here is the latest from this rifle

    7mmx300Win @ 1765 yards
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    Unread 12-02-2013, 06:00 PM
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    Re: my new 7mmx300win

    cummin-un-glued

    I am stuck in an area that I know absolutely nothing about..

    That is the area of the throat reamers of the rifle??

    I understand the part of what a reamer does but if I was to have a reamer made to an exact caliber, that is one thing but where I am having a reamer made that is taking a 300 Win Mag and having it REDUCED DOWN to a 7MM..

    I don't know how to allow for the throat jump area so I can have the right amount of room there for the extra length for the VLD bullets..

    I really need to talk to you..

    Would you please call me
    801-347-8139 any time day or night

    or TELL me what time I could call you
    and leave me a phone # and the best time to call YOU

    Knapper

    Dallas Richardson
    801-347-8139
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    Unread 12-02-2013, 08:43 PM
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    Re: my new 7mmx300win

    Sure I will give you a call as soon as I get a chance
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    Unread 12-03-2013, 08:44 AM
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    Re: my new 7mmx300win

    Dustin,
    You are the man buddy!
    Great job on your build and great shooting.
    Tyler though we were good shooting at 1000yds and taking antelope at 750 and 825 yds.
    You just blew us out of the water with shooting like that!
    I'm going to the range today...
    I have a lot of catching up to do...LOL

    Take care buddy
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    Unread 12-07-2013, 06:26 PM
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    Re: my new 7mmx300win

    cumin-un-glued

    Could you tell me who you had to make up the re-loading dies for your rifle??

    knapper

    Waiting for your phone call

    801-347-8139
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    Unread 12-08-2013, 04:27 PM
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    Re: my new 7mmx300win

    just left you a message

    give me a call back

    870-528-3027

    anyone else that has any questions about my rifle are also welcome to give me a call any time before 9pm central time any day.
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