@TOBY458Check out this new caliber I'm developing for Winchester. The 270 WLFUM will fire a 130 grain WW Power Point at 5000 FPS! It will be the longest range deer/elk/PG rifle ever produced! The Cartridge will be housed in the new M70 Long Fat Ultra Mag Action, and will be sure to spawn a plethora of knock off calibers, such as the 404 WLFUM and many other traditional calibers of the future. But of course, with a muzzle energy of 7216 foot pounds, the 270 WLFUM will already handle any game alive, so there won't be much need for additional calibers. And the Power Point projectile has already been proving itself in the field for decades!
So pre-order yours today!
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@TOBY458The new and improved Power Point (tm), bullet will withstand the most rigorous of velocities. We tested it on a large stack of Playboy magazines and determined that it will offer reliable penetration on even the thickest of centerfolds.
We have developed a new propellant for our new round as well. We teamed with Alliant to produce Reloader 37. It has a burn rate somewhere between RL25 and Kingsford Charcoal.i would guess that varget would have about the best burning rate for the new case.
We have found that the Power Point (tm) bullet is such a great performer that solids are no longer needed. You merely have to hit somewhere "center mass" and certain death is assured.Holy crap! You guys are killing me here! My wife just checked off another box on my crazy list cuz she has no idea why I’m crylaughing and whooping at the iPad.
But seriously...can I get it in solids too?
While you mention the 17 and 19 inch barrels I bet it's true potential would come from at least a 36 inch to maybe in the 40s at that burn rate.We have developed a new propellant for our new round as well. We teamed with Alliant to produce Reloader 37. It has a burn rate somewhere between RL25 and Kingsford Charcoal.
@BeeMaa.I'm gonna need the rimmed equivalent of this for a double rifle.
Easier to change barrels that way.
Better yet a lightweight stalking Kipplauf.
Anyone know where I can have a cartridge belt made?
@CBHOh, good thing they can buy “Varget” cheaper than we can buy the AR2208 that is produced here, that tips the scales on my budget, hopes and dreams shattered.