Need a beanfield rifle
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05-07-2012, 11:31 PM #41
The final four! Dads wants a 338WinMag but I say a 350Rigby is more classic. Which one. Well the budget is severely crippled by buying two blocks for me instead of one. Project deadline has moved on considerately. One can always get a barrel and an action, wood far more unique. I think it was wise to take the wood while it was available. Now that I have my wood I can tell everybody where I got it. I did mention a price previously but I was wrong. In fact the price for this grade of wood is very competitive. It's not on the website yet but sure it will be later today. Safari and Outdoor South Africa.
Enjoy and I do hope that those blanks find good homes in the followers of this thread! Also got a new CZ550 action!Success I think is where experience, preparation, commitment and luck meets up
Can anyone post a scientific researched article on "Bullet Yaw".
09-23-2012, 01:57 AM #43
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If you are considering something traditional yet capable of 3000 fps you could also consider the .250-3000 Savage. It is a cartridge that has stood the test of time, having been introduced by Savage Arms in 1915.
With 87 grain bullets it achieves the desired velocity and is good enough for varmints but not for deer. With a 100 grain bullet the velocity falls below 3000 fps but makes for a great cartridge for deer sized game. It is thus a dual purpose cartridge, equally suitable for varmints and deer.
Even with a lightweight rifle the recoil level is easily tolerated by ladies and youngsters.
Give it a thought.
Regards and all the best for your project.
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