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Has anyone done a XP in 7mm Rem. Mag? Pictures? Thoughts on it?


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Guess it could be done but Im pretty sure you would have to pull the bolt out to load and unload it. The 7mmSAUM would be a better choice.
 
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Guess it could be done but Im pretty sure you would have to pull the bolt out to load and unload it.


You would only have to pull the bolt to eject a loaded round.

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Would this be because of the belted brass?


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no, because of the length of the loaded round. i run a 3006 striker and have to pull it to get a loaded out, but have no problems ejecting spent brass. with the SAUM you could run it as normal, no issues.
 
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I see thanks for the clarification!


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.... with the SAUM you could run it as normal, no issues.


Depends on how it's throated and the bullet loaded length.

My XP-100 in 7 SAUM I have to pull the bolt to unload a loaded round.


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What is the over all length of your cartridge?


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Mine are right at 3.030" with the Berger 168 VLD.


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It also depends on what bolt stop you use as well.
 
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Good to know thanks for the information.


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Pretty sure Ernie shot one back in the day.
Also think he liked it and shot stuff real far away too.
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quote:Originally posted by 86alaskan:.... with the SAUM you could run it as normal, no issues. Depends on how it's throated and the bullet loaded length. My XP-100 in 7 SAUM I have to pull the bolt to unload a loaded round.Regards,Rog (Buttermilk421)



I have to pull the bolt on my 284 and 338 WSM on loaded rounds, with cases 2+ inches and long match style bullets, make life easy for yourself and have a external bolt stop installed. Pulling the bolt with a loaded round with the factory stop is a major pain!!

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