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  1. That 300 win mag isn’t a 300 win mag. Just an FYI.

    • I actually loaded that cartridge myself and took the photo. It absolutely is a 300 Win Mag.

      • How did you get the 300 win mag to be that long? My 300 win mag bullets are short

      • Well, that is a heavy-for-caliber bullet. I can’t remember exactly what bullet that was loaded with honestly, but most guys use some of the heavier bullets for long-range work, which is what I always do. Maybe that is why it looks longer than what you’re used to?


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