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Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by huntinfool18, Jun 17, 2008.
anybody know? i cant seem to find any info anywhere. thanks huntinfool18
I believe that would be a 270 "M"ashburn. or the 265/270 Mashburn Super Magnum.
Here's a start: Wolfe Publishing Company
the barrel is engraved " 270 Washburn" i thinkin it just a 270-300 ultra but want to make sure before i throw it on an action.
Around my place I'd screw it on an action and stick 'er in a stock, duct tape it to and old tire, point it to the mountains, load up a corn meal round and set 'er off with a long piece of cord while hiding behind a large tree, with the video camera running.
I may even do a casting to ensure I don't end up w/a no shoulder case.
You're on your own on this one.
Neck it down and you have a .270 Mashburn...
take a look at this..http://stevespages.com/jpg/cd7mashburnmagnum.jpg
Looks like a 270-300win Ackley.
It's based on a belted case. Has a magnum sized case head. Lastly it is roughly the same length as the 300win.
roy i took your advice on this one. after i did a chamber cast. it was indeed a 270-300 ultra or allen mag as we call them around these here parts. looks like i got me a free 270 allen mag barrel thats never been shot. not sure if the washburn was just something the customer just came up with or what. huntinfool18
Compare the casting w/a RUM case other than the 338 and see if the body taper and shoulder angle have been changed.
If they haven't been altered its probably a 270 Edge