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Robocop1051

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What sounds better than a magazine dump from your favorite AR?

When it’s from a CR-7 rifle chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum!! 

Damned for not videoing this. It was pretty spectacular. $50 per magazine hurts though. Won’t be shooting like that much more often.

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3 hours ago, Robocop1051 said:

 $50 per magazine hurts though. Won’t be shooting like that much more often.

 

You know that I can rectify that for you, right quickly...  I'm just sayin'...   :thumbup:

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1 hour ago, Robocop1051 said:

Did you get my text?

Yep, but I thought it had to do with Roman, who said he just talked to you. 

What's the accuracy like on that load?  It's a little hot.  Barely.  I'd back it down in 0.2 grain increments, build 5 each like that, and take it out for accuracy testing.  Separate target for each increment, shoot the 5, pick up the 5 pieces of brass, and put them back in the separate marked bag/container that they were in...  You'll hit another accuracy node going downwards from where you are now, and the pressure signs will go away. You be able to check the accuracy, and monitor the brass once you get back.

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