Lazzeroni-7.21-Firebird?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wildcat, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. wildcat

    wildcat Well-Known Member

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    Hey-guys-I've-been-looking-at-the-Ballistics-of-the-Lazzeroni-7.21-fire-bird.-It-is-very-impressive-7mm-why-don't-people-use-this-round-for-long-range-shooting.-The-brass-is-very-good-and-the-performace-is-the-most-impressive-of-the-7mm's.-I-am-thinking-it's-because-the-brass-is-so-expensive.-I-really-want-to-see-what-you-guys-have-to-say-about-this-round.-It-will-shoot-a-140grn-bullet-out-of-30"-barrel-at-3850-fps-a-150-grn-bullet-at-3750-fps-and-a-160-grn-bullets-at-3650-fps.-I-am-also-thinking-barrel-life-may-be-an-issues.-I-am-thinking-it-will-shoot-the-200grn-Wildcat-VLD-at-around-3250-fps.-What-is-the-reason-for-long-range-shooters-not-using-it?
     
  2. James Jones

    James Jones Well-Known Member

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    Cost and BS lies that they claim!!

    I haven't seen a Lazz that would shoot where they said it would and not ruin brass in one firing.

    now they are said to have started using better brass but still for that cost I'd get 338 Lapua and build a 7mmAllen mag!
     

  3. CAM

    CAM Well-Known Member

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    Wildcat-if-it-is-too-good-to-be-true-it-might-not-be-true.
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  4. wildcat

    wildcat Well-Known Member

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    That-is-what-I-thought.-I-just-wanted-to-hear-what-you-guys-thought.-The-7mm-Allen-Mag-looks-like-an-awesome-round;-but-I-want-to-shoot-bullets-in-the-140-grn-range;-and-I-think-the-7mm-Allen-Mag-is-set-up-for-the-heavier-bullets-like-the-180's-and-200grn's.