Considering 6mm x .284 vs. 6mm-06

dogz

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Cetacea are you feeding your rig one at a time, from a box magazine and or from a clip?

I bet those 87's really toss those PD's around:)
 

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The very first rifle I ever built was on a Turkish Mauser action. I chambered the barrel for a standard 284 Win. I had to open the feed rails slightly in the front to get it to feed. I built a 6x284 on a Rem 700 and it fed fine like it was. For what it's worth......
 

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The very first rifle I ever built was on a Turkish Mauser action. I chambered the barrel for a standard 284 Win. I had to open the feed rails slightly in the front to get it to feed. I built a 6x284 on a Rem 700 and it fed fine like it was. For what it's worth......
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ah-hh, now that's interesting! I'm definitely going to have to find some .65-284 or .284 brass to play with. better now while working on the build.
 

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For what it's worth, i chambered a 25x284 to shoot 131 Blackjacks. Got the reamer from them and a bunch of bullets. Chambered a LA Rem 700. Feeds fine with the very long bullets with no modification. Shoots good too!
 

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