This topic contains 8 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  ken campbell iowa 3 years, 7 months ago.

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  • #25780
     bullet maker 
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    I am going to make some of these this weekend. 70gr FB. Pictures to follow(I know, no pictures, not real).

  • #25788
     BrassMagnet 
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    Would these be .228 for a 22 Savage Highpower?

  • #25795
     bullet maker 
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    They are .230. They are for the 230 LLF or a 230 Ackley imp.

  • #25807
     IllinoisCoyoteHunter 
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    IIRC there is a .234 too. Maybe a .234-270 wildcat?

    Seems like it would be a barrel burner though…

  • #25823
     bullet maker 
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    Yes, I forgot about them.

  • #25848
     Reg 
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    Pictures ? It couldn’t have happened without picture’s !!!!!!!
    🙂

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     IllinoisCoyoteHunter 
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    Lookin good!

  • #26039
     Wright Arms 
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    I am building a .22 Hornet single shot, ‘old school’ with a .222 groove. If anyone knows of a 40 grain .223″ mould, I would be greatly interested.

    Funny how such an original wildcat has fallen into such obscurity.

  • #26041
     ken campbell iowa 
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    hi wright …

    if your chamber throat is 224, you * probably* will be better with 224 castings … i like your idea … i have an excellent factory take-off from a 22rf 40-x … would be fun to try … my hornet throater is 0.2245 …

    ken

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