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    Default Now If The 358Win Will Get Here - Ready To Go

    I have loads using WW748, IMR4320, IMR4895, Varget, Accurate 2495, use a 225gr Sierra SBT and all I need is my rifle. I am a little anxious to get started but it will all happen sometime the end of next week.

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    This gap between ordering and receiving is made for getting the components together, loading initial test loads, prepping all the brass, you're way ahead of the game. Slow down, go shoot the '06 or something. Nice looking loads there are those 215 SBT's or 225 SBT's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy View Post
    This gap between ordering and receiving is made for getting the components together, loading initial test loads, prepping all the brass, you're way ahead of the game. Slow down, go shoot the '06 or something. Nice looking loads there are those 215 SBT's or 225 SBT's?

    225gr Sierra Game King SBT
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    It is coming in bits and pieces - rifle ships this Monday.

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    Nice. I need that exact scope for a project of mine.

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    I am holding my breath waiting to see how she shoots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Float Pilot View Post
    I am holding my breath waiting to see how she shoots.
    Don't tell every body else Float Pilot, but I am holding mine also. Hope my expectations are not to high.
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    He sent me a few pictures of the Ruger M77 358Win before he boxed it up and sent it today.





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    Might as well get a McMillan classic stock ordered up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Might as well get a McMillan classic stock ordered up for it.
    Nope, not changing anything this time if at all possible. Time will tell for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beartooth View Post
    Nope, not changing anything this time if at all possible. Time will tell for sure.
    From my experience with the new Hawkeye's, they don't need anything changed. Well, except for maybe the LC6 trigger, at least on my last Hawkeye. Though, my Alaskan has a really nice trigger.

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