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New Proof Research Barrels

Post by Corjack » Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:52 pm

I ordered two new barrels last week. Both heavy Palma 26 inches. First a 223 Wilde 1-7 and since the 6x47 Lapua has been so kind to me, I got a 6.5x47 as well. Both profit for Bighorn Tl3 actions. Looking forward to seeing how well the 223 does at 1000 yards, using the things I have learned with the other calibers, and applying them to the 223.
Also the 6.5x47 will be like pushing the easy button. Dump powder load and shoot.


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Re: New Proof Research Barrels

Post by deerhunter338mag » Thu Feb 06, 2020 6:02 am

Corjack wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:52 pm
I ordered two new barrels last week. Both heavy Palma 26 inches. First a 223 Wilde 1-7 and since the 6x47 Lapua has been so kind to me, I got a 6.5x47 as well. Both profit for Bighorn Tl3 actions. Looking forward to seeing how well the 223 does at 1000 yards, using the things I have learned with the other calibers, and applying them to the 223.
Also the 6.5x47 will be like pushing the easy button. Dump powder load and shoot.
They should shoot extremely well, as those barrels are like a laser beams. I'm going to put one on my 338lapimp rifle very soon.
Measure it, when it’s on the deck

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