Discussion in 'Firearms & Ammunition' started by TTundra, Jun 28, 2016.
the ruler is metric and it is from a drilling
@norfolk shooter its not 6x70R a little bigger than that
from a drilling possibly 7x65r ?
@spike.t it is a 7x65r
Oh well I was close
7X65r Wait!!Dang that Spike, I was gone! I knew it I knew it, do I still win or did that dang Spike win?? Dang dang dang!!!
afraid we dispensed with that one already on page 2.
OK, here is another. This will be a tough one. On the left is a .280 Rem, on the right a 7x64. In the middle another 7mm, not the Rem mag and not the Weatherby. This might take some help from across the pond.
Is it the 7x64r like the sticker on that box says?
No, that's a 2 actually and besides aint no such cartridge as the 7x64R. Nice try though, LOL.
Not the Mashburn nor the Weatherby. Gonna be a tough one.
@sestoppelman .275 H&H magnum?
Yip, I think the 275 H&H it must be... The funny stamped crimp mark is reminiscent of old Euro military ammo, so I was tending down that road. Although the bullet is clearly a soft nose and thus could not be military, not to mention the belt. My idle thoughts...
Missed the bus on the 348 one , so we'll go 7x61 sharp and hart .
I love these when they pop up. I tend to be quite good simply as I am a nerd!
Got the rest and the latest one is 275 H&H as has already been said.
The give away is that it looks to have the same case length as the 7x64 and has the crimp in the neck typical of Kynoch.
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