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Old 01-25-2009, 08:21 PM   #11
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Very Impressive list Slo - Thanks for posting and thanks to Marty for putting that together, even though it was for another forum.

Concerning the last two cartridges, you had better plan on buying replacement barrels in a 6 pack. I can imagine the barrel life being very good, especially in an easy to fire semi auto... LOL

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Old 01-26-2009, 07:01 PM   #12
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Very Impressive list Slo - Thanks for posting and thanks to Marty for putting that together, even though it was for another forum.

Concerning the last two cartridges, you had better plan on buying replacement barrels in a 6 pack. I can imagine the barrel life being very good, especially in an easy to fire semi auto... LOL

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Oops...sorry Boss It was just quicker to copy and paste than to type it all

And you are probably right on the barrel life. 6.5 Creedmore/6.5 Grendel is rough enough on them.

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No worries Slo - It was a great list, we just have to be sure to give credit. FT doesn't condone Forum Raids.

Agreed. Any fast moving small caliber bullet is definitely going to heavy on wear and tear for your average barrel. And if you spend the money and get a custom barrel, it will cost you three times us much and probably give you twice as much life... LOL

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Hey no problem...I thought I did give them credit at the beginning of my list...but I'll be sure to do that.


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Yes, you did everything right, I just wanted to re-address it in case there was a casual viewer or something.

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