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i'm new to this board. i have been reading it for a while. there is some good information from time to time. i'm a quarter-bore lover. i've not seen much on the 250/3000. are there any of you out there? i also shoot a savaga 110fp in 25/06. i reload almost everything from 243 to 378wby. however, i haven't gotten into the short and super short mags as yet. i'm looking forward to spending some time here.
 

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Welcome wm.f in fla,
:D Like you I have a wide range of rifles but no 250/3000. Been to Sebrine once. My son played in the Dixie Majors World Series there in 95. Have kin just west of there about 10 miles. Johnny and Ben Platt. Have fun here, lots going on.
Gary
 

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wm.f. in fla.,

I've been a BIG fan of the quarter bore from the time I got my first one as a teenager, a Savage M99 in .250-3000. Still got that one. I now own rifles in .25 caliber from .25-20(Win. M92), .25-35(Win. M94), .250-3000(two, Savage M99 and a Rem. M721), .257 Roberts(converted M1891 Mauser), .25-06(two, Ruger M77V and a Rem. M700) and .257 Weatherby Magnum(Deluxe). The one thing all quarter bores have in common is their accuracy. Even .25-20 in the M92 Win. is a lot more accurate than it's bigger brother the .32-20 in the same rifle. With the talk of Winchester bringing out a .257 WSM it's looks like my collection of quarter bores will continue to grow. Lawdog
 
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