Bob Nelson 35Whelen

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    I actually have a .358 Hawk and have used it extensively in Alaska and Africa for 25 years. It has really been a great rifle and cartridge. The performance on game has been outstanding. It is a slightly improved .35 Whelen case with a little more capacity.

    Do you or any of your group have any knowledge to share on loading the .358 Hawk with CFE223?

    Jim
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    Jim I have nos experience with that cartridge but can tell you CFE223 burn rate is between varget and H4350 so if the round uses either of these powders are used in the round you may be able to use CFE223.
    Sorry I can't be of any Moe help mate.
    Bob
    HI Bob, I was notified you're following me. As you can tell by my site name I'm also Whelen fan. I've had a 35 for years and finally got my 400 in July. The 400 has been big fun and I'm heading out today to do some chronograph work on some loads I'm developing (I also reload). Living in South Carolina, USA I think I'll try the 400 on wild hogs first.
    G'day Bob,
    Just had a yarn with A G, and he has filled me in on how much work he puts in to such developments, referencing QuikLoad, tightening tolerances, load development, range testing. He indicated that of you wish to contact him directly he can go into details far better than I.
    If you wish , contact him directly, he has given the OK for me to pass that on.
    Hi Bob, how's things going in Wyong?. Down your way a couple of years back but haven't been in NSW since Ebor for the fishing. just getting over some nasty storms up here in Qld, seeing the sun for the first time in a few days. I'm going to NZ in the spring and hope to clean up a few buns while there and perhaps shake the spiders out of my old .303LE (currently owned by my BIL). Cheers Brian
    Jeez!!! Not ANOTHER psych nurse!! I did about 12yrs at Graylands up until severely injured in 2013. What's your brother's name, and where did you and he work in Graylands?

    I'm toying with an opportunity to work/hunt 6mths in Africa, and return here, after the virus bans die down. Only stumbling block is convincing my wife to come with me. Decisions!! Decisions!!
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
    TIMBO
    My brothers name is Jim Nelson he was a psychologist nurse up until about 3 years ago finished up community psyc nurse.
    Mate I finished up in 83.but that's another story.
    You can call m e on 0427129011 for a yarn if you want
    Bob
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
    Mare that's supposed to be psyc nurse or as we used to call it in the bad old days
    Looney bin screws.
    Hi Bob I am from Moranbah in Qld. I look forward to talking to you.
    PS Thanks for the interest.
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    Hello, thank you for the reply. Would you be able to send any photos, lodge, etc. That is most important for my wife.
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
    I will see if my wife can do it this weekend for you mate. The first place we were at We had a family room for myself, wife and son. He could have had his own room tho. The second place we had a
    double bed in our room and the son had his own room. The lodging is excellent and the food brilliant. Monica is a great cook. How old are your kids mate.
    Bob Nelson 35Whelen
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    Could you send me your phone number and country code and I will call you. We are limited to 420 characters for a reply. It would be easier talking to you. My wife will also try to email you
    Cheers mate
    Bob Nelson
    tyson426
    tyson426
    I'm in USA, not sure the country code. My phone is 9704021271. If you wanted to, we could be friends on Facebook, and then call through the Facebook messenger. My email is tyson426@aol.com.
    Hello would you give a review of osombahe-nord? Thinking about going there with my wife and kids. What was the lodge like? Thanks.
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    If you are in Australia you can call me o 0427129011 or if not use the country code 61427129011 and txt me. If you want I can call you
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    Tyson 426
    Mate take your family make memories you will never forget. Harald has top quality rifles for hire a good rates or take your own. We took a 35Whelan and a 308 with accubonds. In hindsight the 308was more than enough.
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    Tyson
    This was my first time in Namibia and if Osombahe Nord safaris run and owned by Harold and Liezel was an example of what was on offer my family feel you would have to go a long way to find a better run more friendly organisation than this.
    Hope this helps mate
    Cheers
    Bob Nelson
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