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Anybody like to Wildcat?

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by OutdoorShooter, Nov 22, 2016.

  1. OutdoorShooter

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    Wondering if anybody else on here does some wildcat stuff? Here are a few of ours, 6MM Mongoose, 277 Wolverine, 375 Reaper, 50Krater.. We have another handful that we do too..
     

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    Those are cool.
    I like the thought but never went there.
     
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    Yes but they're not considered wildcats anymore lol.
     
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  4. OutdoorShooter

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    One of these will be SAMMI in 2017.. It's the 277 Wolverine..
     
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    I'm considering getting a .44 RIPSAW.
     
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    Certainly not to the extent that you do! I built a .264/303, mainly because I had two Enfields (by accident) once upon a time, had nothing in .264 caliber, and always wanted to play with .264. At the time, I had access to a well-equipped machine shop and a good instructor/mentor. So, I built it from scratch. Made the reamer and the reloading dies. Broke the first reamer I made (yeah, I tried to get too aggressive), and the second one was not as good as the first. Certainly not very professional, but it worked! I killed one deer with it and basically put it away.
     
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    Compatible to the AR Platform?
     
  8. OutdoorShooter

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    Give me more details on it please?
     
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    How great is it when you do all that work and then you harvest a deer... Congrats! I'd love to see a pic of it..
     
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    Yes all these are AR platform ready.. the 6mm mongoose is shooting 650yrds on our AR platform.. the big one in the pic is on the AR10, but the rest are AR15.
     

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