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Anyone have a rifle in 5,6x50R Magnum? Any experience reloading for this caliber?

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mmsb27 said:
Anyone know what *********.com is?

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Heh, heh, it is the "unmentionable." The devil lives there. (Sorry GB, couldn't resist.) :)
This is Graybeard's site, and he has reasons why he does not want that one named. Like they say in Brooklyn, rules is rules.
 

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if you would like to get help to the man private message and send him to that contender sight...
it is in the 222rem mag improved family.

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mmsb27 said:
Anyone have a rifle in 5,6x50R Magnum? Any experience reloading for this caliber?

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Mark
I have been interested in this cartridge also. I wanted to build a rifle on the remless version. A friend gave me a set of dies which works for both versions. I thought it would be the perfect cartridge to fill the gap I felt was between the 223 and the 22-250. The only place I have located for brass was Huntington and they are made by Hirtenberger at $64.00 per 100. Pretty high priced brass. I have been looking for brass for 3 years at gun shows and haven't found any yet. The biggest problem is a reamer. I've searched the Web and nobody has one to rent but you can have one made for about $140.00. I found both versions at a cartridge show a year ago. The rimless version looks like a 223 Remington Ultra Mag. The folks who put out the V-Max have loading data for both. If I could find a reaming and reasonably priced brass, I could give you alot more information.
 

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reamer for 5.6x50R

According to the censored site, the 222 Rem Mag or the 223 Rem chamber reamer could be used by running it into the barrel by the appropriate length. PM me with your email for the site address.

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reamer for 5.6mm x 50 mag

Thanks for your reply on the reamer. I just may end up with one of these rifles yet. My e-mail is [email protected]. This sounds very interesting. Thanks again for your time and trouble.

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