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That is a long ride. Bear guide in Minnesota was going to hunt Newfoundland and said it would be a 3 day drive and then a 7-8 hour ferry ride.
yeah a little, 2000mi one way.
Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Still here
« Last post by truck driver 2 on Today at 11:14:09 AM »
Good luck and I pray the surgery goes well.
I really liked my 27.5 incher,in 1 in 12,on my 257Roy.It smoked the 75 grain Hornady's
What do you think you'll gain out of the extra 6 inches of barrel?
It should be at least a true 30.It will be interesting to see how much speed I can pick up with the longer barrel.We all know their is a point of diminishing returns.Strictly a bench gun so I don't  mind the extra length and weight.I went with the 1-10 twist to shoot 40 grain and perhaps heavier bullets.Just have to see what it likes.
That would be 32" before threading and chambering right?
Good for you Roger, let's us know how the barrel looks when you get it, or better yet, when you have it on the rifle.  ;D  Oh yeah, and how it shoots.
Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Still here
« Last post by PARA45 on Today at 08:51:12 AM »
Good luck to ya, and we'll be praying for everything to go as plan and a quick recovery.
Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Still here
« Last post by godscountry on Today at 08:45:36 AM »
Good luck, may God guide the surgeon's hands.
I have quite a few Shilen barrels and they are very accurate. I have several different types (Shilen, Krieger, Bartlein, Lilja, etc...) and I've never gotten a bad one. Additionally, all of them are great companies.
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