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    How to know what powder is used in a manufactured cartridge

    Increadable? Did you mis-speak or, heaven forbid, make an error? Oh , no way. Not the infallible Scatshooter.
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    How to know what powder is used in a manufactured cartridge

    Scatshooter, you're so cute and the picture of you does you justice. You'll notice that I edited my original post in order to correct my mistake of saying "cannister" instead of "Non-cannister". Of course someone, like you, who has never made a mistake or, mis-spoke, would not understand. I...
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    How to know what powder is used in a manufactured cartridge

    Scatshooter, Any day that I have to endure your sarcastic, know-it-all attitude is a bad day. GFY!
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    How to know what powder is used in a manufactured cartridge

    Scatshooter, … and the horse you rode in on!
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    How to know what powder is used in a manufactured cartridge

    Pardon me oh "GREAT ONE". I have mis-spoke.
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    How to know what powder is used in a manufactured cartridge

    Most ammunition manufacturers use what is commonly known as "Non-Cannister" powder. It is made exclusively for them and not available to the public.
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    Remington 700 LA mag bf action

    You snooze you lose. ****!
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    Remington 700 LA mag bf action

    You have a PM.
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    Reamer for 300 Norma Mag Improved

    Where reamers?
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    LH Rem 700 "Walker" type triggers

    Looking for 3 LH M700 triggers complete with bolt release and safety hardware. Contact Eharren at comcast dot net
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    Long Range Highpower 300 Win.

    Trued 700 Rem., Schneider Barrel, McMillan stock. Professionally built. Please provide E-mail address via PM for pics and more info. $3400.00
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    SOLD/EXPIRED Sold

    Thanks.
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    SOLD/EXPIRED Sold

    Dang!
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    Chamber Ream and Free bore separate reams?

    Then my advice would be, Keep on kicking!
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    Chamber Ream and Free bore separate reams?

    OP, if you are skilled enough to grind your own reamer, and heat treat it properly, then you should have no trouble reaming a chamber, whatever method you choose.

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