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Load Development For a 2 Mile Cartridge

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I have everything. Just waiting for the rifle. 

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The 375 Cheytac (To the left of 50 BMG) loaded with 353 grain Lehigh Solid Match. I can push this baby at 3200 fps and will remain supersonic to 2,750 yards depending on the elevation.

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Amazing visual line up, don't know much about that higher technology of really long range shooting...surprised to see 'your' case has no belt.

I'm curious, are you just a tough guy or is the rifle weight responsible for keeping recoil at an acceptable level?

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6 hours ago, Plumas said:

Amazing visual line up, don't know much about that higher technology of really long range shooting...surprised to see 'your' case has no belt.

I'm curious, are you just a tough guy or is the rifle weight responsible for keeping recoil at an acceptable level?

LOL, It's both weight and effective muzzle brake. My 50 BMG weigh over 30Lbs. My 338 Lapua at 16.5 lbs, This new 375 Cheytac I'm building would probably in the neighborhood of 28 lbs.

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Holy cow 136 grains of Retumbo. This is just a starting load.

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