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    28 Nosler

    Fast 7mm anyone?

    Introducing 28 Nosler -

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    3800 ft/lb at the muzzle. 3300 fps with a 160 grain.

    I would definitely develop a flinch.....
    So much to learn and so little time left

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    Overbore rubbish catering to the petrolheads of the firearms world, just like the .26 Nosler.

    If you can't gauge distance/holdover for sane hunting ranges with your standard 6.5s, 7x57/64, .308/.30-06 or .270, then take up a new hobby.

    The above does not apply to target shooters.

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    Just me who wants to put a 175gr RN through one. Flying in the face of long range nuts!

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    It won't do anything a .270win or a 30-06 Spring can't do in my opinion!

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    I suspect 300 rounds will see a re-barrel. However, it's great to see companies continuing to expand on the caliber/chambering ranges available, there's no reason not to..well, apart from the fact that the 7mm Mauser already exists and will never be beaten..matched with the 300&H of course and a .222 for smaller stuff, ok add 416 Rigby for the tough fella's....

    Or, do as Hemmingway, and just take them all with a 30-06 including Rhino!

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    Couldn't be bothered to own one. Ever notice that the only way 'new' cartridges appear it to just make them bigger? gets boring after a while.~Muir

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muir View Post
    Couldn't be bothered to own one. Ever notice that the only way 'new' cartridges appear it to just make them bigger? gets boring after a while.~Muir
    If you already have cartridges that are well thought out and balanced (i.e. designed well), what next? Make them bigger and longer. Then what? Make them shorter and fatter. Then what? Make them obscenely large?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian1 View Post
    If you already have cartridges that are well thought out and balanced (i.e. designed well), what next? Make them bigger and longer. Then what? Make them shorter and fatter. Then what? Make them obscenely large?
    Yup. And all to appeal to a guy who, in all likelihood, would need a months practice to be able to hit the ground aiming between his feet. ~Muir

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