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Old 01-03-2014, 04:17 PM
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Join Date: Nov 2013
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New member from south Sweden

Hi.
Just joined before the holidays.
Been hunting on and off since -94.
Had a rest for 10 yrs and got back into hunting 4-5 yrs ago.
During the last year i have developed an interest for long range shooting and hunting.
Started to hand load some 6 month ago and of course this takes you further into the subjects of long range.
I have a 30-06 with barrel change system and an extra 9,3x62 barrel.
Been shooting 185 berger vld with the 30-06.
Went on a long range introduction course in October last year which really turned on the interest.
Hitting a 40 x 40 cm steel plate at 600 meters on the first attempt was a nice experience. Probably beginners luck, still a good feeling.

So now I have decided to go down the route of 30 cal in 300WSM in a long action to enable me to load the long 215 and 230 Berger hybrids.
This Rifle will also be with a barrale change system, so the second barrel will be 6,5x55 SE, very good for training, cheap terget ammo from Norma is available to enable good training and practice . Both barrels ar 26" and will be threaded for surpressor.
System to be fitted in a Norweigean GRS stock.
Therefore I am very interested in feedback and information regarding load for the 300WSM and facts regarding COL, in short , the more info the better it is.

Thanks
Tobbe
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