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Old 01-14-2010, 12:43 AM   #11
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Default Steve-you MUST hand load the 338..

Steve, as been told to you before, you are going to want to hand load to be able to shoot this cal. I went and checked current prices-using your own 1 fired brass, you can load Elk hunting loads for $70.65 per 100.==Hornady 250gr. Interlock bullet=$49.80,1# W-W 760 powder=$18.25,W-W Large Rifle Mag. Primers=$2.60.==$70.65-for 100 rounds, with powder left over for 17 more rounds. Bullets probably can be had cheaper, this was from Hornady web site. Powder+primer priced from Powder Valley. Something to think about??
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Old 01-15-2010, 07:04 AM   #12
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I'd suggest getting some snap caps and practice dry firing. It really helps to practice technique and you can do that inside at home.
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