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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-06-2018, 05:53 AM
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ive got an old 6mm rem 700 classic that has a tight chamber. It can be a plus and a negative. Plus is if you start out with new brass the brass holds up better. Negatives are that once fired brass most of the time wont work. Get yourself a set of small base sizing dies. It will cure most of the negatives.

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Been shooting a 2506 for over 35 years. Have a BDL and had a sendero. Both shot 100 GR Nosler BT very well. Only bullet I shoot. Deer and anything else. Both liked 4831 and bench rest primers. The BDL would have 5 shots in the NRA stamp on most targets on a
calm day at 100 yards. The Sendero almost as good. Now days I only hunt deer with it as it is getting up in age. The Sendero I sold to a friend . I also have a friend with over ten 2506 rifles and all shoot good.
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I agree with shootall. Ive had good and bad rifles of about every caliber but have yet to see a 2506 that wasn't a shooter. Ive owned 6 of them through the years and all of them were moa or better guns. My best friend the crop damage shoots with me is a total 2506 fan. Me I take out different guns all the time. Him? he owns 4 bolt action rifles all 4 of them are 2506's. He bought a 257 wby and used it one year and traded it off on another 2506 because brass and ammo was just to expensive. Don't know how many deer hes killed with 2506s but its well over 300 probably closer to 500.

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