I think its closer to 139 or 140 grains of H2O. Its 2 grains more them my big 30 cal.Broz has a 300hcm build going. Somewhere around 150gr case capacity. They're hoping for around 3200fps with the 250.
I believe he has it posted on FB, I just knew it was somewhere near 150. Either way, it's a hell of a lot of powder behind a 30!I think its closer to 139 or 140 grains of H2O. Its 2 grains more them my big 30 cal.
Samplord has a .300 thats bigger then both of them @ 142 grains H2O.
Yes its also on his thread @ LROI believe he has it posted on FB, I just knew it was somewhere near 150. Either way, it's a hell of a lot of powder behind a 30!
LMAO !I think the .300 RUM would be the perfect platform to launch that 250gn behemoth. That's quiet a chunk of metal but the RUM has the oven space, I believe. I do not have one, and have never really considered it, but now my mind is reasoning out the "necessity" to get one. Why do I do this? I've got problems! I need some "group therapy".
On another note: my new Pac Nor barrel in .300WinMag (28", 9t, 5g) should be here by the END OF THE DAY! I have the Berger 215's with new Norma brass waiting for its arrival but I wonder about that 230gn and a hefty dose of that "Hen's teeth RL-26". The possibilities are exciting! I'm trying not to touch myself
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