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anyone have .338 laupa, a 30-06 and a 45-70 ?





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.50 BMG, .338 Lapua, 30-06, .308.








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Anyone have the big .378 Weatherby and its A Square wild cat ? .30 .378 or .338 .378 ? Maybe a pic of the .220 Rocket & the Swift round ? How about the beautiful Stevens cartridges ? .25 .21 or .25 25 or the elegant .22 15 60 ? Maybe the .28 30 120 ? Those Stevens are among the most beautiful cartridges I ever had. And my all time favorite being the .40 85 Ballard.
 
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Don't have no .338 bullets to mock one up.

338L 30-06 45-70



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And since I knocked most of these over getting the 338 out...



Left to right..
.338 Lapua
.340 Weatherby Mag
.338 Winchester Mag
.30-378 Weatherby Mag
.300 Rem Ultra Mag
.300 Weatherby Mag
.300 Winchester Mag
.300 Winchester short Mag
.300 Remington Short Action Ultra Mag
.30-06
.308 Win
300 Savage
30-30


Im puzzled where the 338 Federal, 300 H&H, 308 Norma Mag shells went. Though I didn't really look too hard. Plus a handful of smaller 30's I could have added on the end, but the pic was already too wide. Wink


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I love the short magnum rounds cas.
 
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Not pictured, but I like the smaller caliber WSSM rounds... though they're barrel burners. (don't own any)


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you guys are great ,
I love it when I learn stuff





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check out all the kinds of rim fire
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...Rimfire_Family_2.jpg





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how about 6.5 mm creedmore, .308, 22-250 and .30-30
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Hmm... why don't I have a 6.5 shell? I have friends who shoot 6.5 Creedmore, I'll have to swipe a shell from them. Big Grin (I know why, because it became popular after I stopped working at the range, where I would kill time sorting through brass buckets. lol)


I have a pic stolen off the net... I posted it elsewhere when a friend made the silly comment, something like "How come they never made anything off the .308?"



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wow!
which of those will disable a newbies shoulder, on the first pull?





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Hmm... why don't I have a 6.5 shell? I have friends who shoot 6.5 Creedmore, I'll have to swipe a shell from them. Big Grin (I know why, because it became popular after I stopped working at the range, where I would kill time sorting through brass buckets. lol)


I have a pic stolen off the net... I posted it elsewhere when a friend made the silly comment, something like "How come they never made anything off the .308?"



The photo doesn’t look right.... I think the 7mm-08 Rem is switched with the .308 or that round is something else entirely
 
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Huh? The color/polish of the 7mm-08 is off from the others and the camera makes it look a little larger than the others, but it's the same case. And it's obviously smaller than the .308


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If it's not from your camera, how do you know? My eyes say otherwise. Hell, the neck angle doesn't appear more sloped on the 7mm versus the supposed .308 and the case is fatter.
 
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Just look at the rims, the 7-08 looks closer than all the rest.


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.375 mag and 30-06 and 7mm and .35 rem. ?





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The .45/9mm , .44/38 Special and the rare .458/30 carbine. Wink


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^^^ Neat! Metallic cartridge muzzle loaders!



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Aw man.. I sure had the wrong phone with me last night.



More silliness. Two .38 S&W's with 150gr and 250gr bullets.
One the right is a 357/44 Bain ad Davis with a 250r bullet in it.
(357/44 B&D being a 44 mag necked to 357)


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