Sucker for a nice piece of walnut

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Re: Sucker for a nice piece of walnut

Post by rebel » Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:06 pm

Apparently, mine are gone to and I can't log in to my account.
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Re: Sucker for a nice piece of walnut

Post by plant.one » Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:59 am

the pics are all displaying for me

i just was able to log photobucket too. i konw they had some upgrade issues recently - so the platform has been a bit unstable while they're working on it. i want to say it was down for the better part of a day or more about a week back
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Re: Sucker for a nice piece of walnut

Post by Jcm800 » Sun Nov 06, 2016 10:59 am

If anyone was wondering what's a 300 savage.....factory loads were kept lower due to the savage 99's weaker action.
Loaded to the same pressures as the 308.....little to no difference with light weight bullets
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308 win, 300 savage, 7mm ihmsa, 223, 6br

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Re: Sucker for a nice piece of walnut

Post by rebel » Sun Nov 06, 2016 11:15 am

I want to build a 6 br bad. I'm thinking more of a heavy hunting gun than F-class. I don't mind tight necks but I know there is a no turn version. What a ground hog rifle that would be.
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Re: Sucker for a nice piece of walnut

Post by Jcm800 » Sun Nov 06, 2016 3:10 pm

Yeah you get spoiled shooting one. My 40x has a 1-8 .272 and 1-13 .262 neck Hart switch barrels..... Varget for both the 68'and 105's.

For anything other than BR competition just go ...."no turn"

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