I have the worst luck. Found a real nice 90% turn key rifle. At first was thought to be a 338LM. Well found out today that it is not LM but possible 338 rum or edge. Was just hoping maybe could get a snap cap to see if that would work. Cause not really wanting to pay for the rifle and be 338 edge.
It is in Pawn shop. So not much I can do. I do know someone who has 300rum I could get case from.
Uh... not to pick nits or anything but I'm pretty sure that the chambering has to be listed, by law [27 CFR 478.92 (a)(1)(ii)(B)], on the rifle, like on the barrel... might want to start there.Can a clambering of a rifle be determined without chamber casting,?
(Ex)- using a snap cap of suspected chambering. Would bolt close correctly if cap was correct?