LRH Team Member
- Dec 20, 2008
- Great Falls, MT
I have to agree. I've been a .270 fan ever since 20 years of age. Never owned one though, but still hope to some day. Reading the article I wondered when reloading info would come up, it never really did.I am somewhat confused; what about this article is useful for the reloader? What information, experience or insight can be gleaned form "The 270 and reloading?"
Charles I enjoyed your article immensely. Had to chuckle when you mentioned Jim Van Winkles Lock.stock and barrel in Valentine. Brought back memories of the early 70's when I sold Jim 63 coyotes in the carcass all frozen in January and stacked in the back of my pickup. Of course I had to stop and have a beer first on Main street. Had a lot of onlookers when I came out, If I remember right we were getting $70 to $110 per pelt on the carcass in 1976.
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