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Old November 26, 2012, 08:39 PM   #6
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Well I don't want to jump to a Cheytac. The 375 SnipeTac has been very effective, but component price is ridiculous. I want to build this with the .416 Rigby as the parent case. .416 Rigby brass doesn't sting the wallet as severely. I want to see how much performance I can achieve being restricted to this case capacity. Shorten the neck to .350, blow the shoulder to 35 degrees, minimize body taper and the like. Once this project gets rolling I think I might get some hydraulic case forming dies from Hornady for this round. It'll be a fun project. Any input or other ideas are sure welcome though.
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