It seems like a silly idea for me to go with a 338-300, but in reality it's a good idea with the brass availability for the 300 WM.If you just want a .338-300 WM, then go right ahead. But if you've already got a .338 Edge, you've already got the .338 game covered.
Why not a 7mm-300WM or just a straight .300 WM?
I don't have one but a 338-300 WM is viable..I stumbled across this cartridge recently and now it has my attention.
Does anyone here have one? If so, I'd love to talk to you more about it.
I think that's what I will do. Simply necking up 300 WM brass to 338 sounds pretty cool...plus having it long-throated would give some pretty sweet performance with high BC bullets.I say go for it, there nothing wrong with having two .338s Many people have different cartridges of the same caliber...
What is the parent case for the 338/26?I don't have one but a 338-300 WM is viable..
More than a 338WM
More than a 338-06 A-Square
Less than a 338 Edge
Do you want a belted magnum 338?
If you want something in 338 less than an Edge and more than a 338WM and are willing to wildcat, shameless plug for a 338/26 Nosler
What is the parent case for the 338/26?
The parent to the 26 Nosler is the 7mm RUMThe .26 Nosler.........