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Picture of Hoggin
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The 357x223 is coming soon. (357 rimless max)

We will be using a Douglas 1-14 which we will contour in house. A 5 port muscle brake. Action is a Remington xp100.

There is exactly one person with cut in line privileges. And that’s the wife. If you don’t understand that your doomed to be single forever.

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Can't wait to see this one finished.

Jon
 
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Happy wife, Happy life

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Can't wait to see this one! Not only does she get the bump in line, but I'm guessing there will be a personal touch on this one!!!! Love the color of the stock!


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Chris, where do you get the sliding T nuts for the rear action screw in Norm's stocks?

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I make them
 
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I was afraid you were going to say that.

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Really cool

How does the nut fasten? Epoxy er? I didnt look close on the wood stock i had.


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Slides in a slot
 
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It would really be nice if you could keep us apprised of this build and the ballistics after it is done. We have to use straight wall cases for deer hunting and I really want to know how this works out.

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Originally posted by Iowa Fox:
Chris, where do you get the sliding T nuts for the rear action screw in Norm's stocks?

Jon


 
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COOL
Very Curious
Can you give more info on the cartridge
How is it made?
velocity?
What bullet do you plan to use
Do you have a pic

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It’s going to be close to or exactly the same as a 357 maximum.

Star line sells 223 brass that’s unformed. Trim to 1.6”. Load. Shoot
 
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That is beautiful!! Let us know how she shoots.
 
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First 3 down the tube. Proceeded to zero at 50. Held on the post plex and banged at 200 on 4” steel.

Recoil is mild. A rifle scope could be used. I was using a pistol scope.

Can’t wait to actually work up a load.
 
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I like it....I'm a fan of the max.

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Nice! I'll bet your wife will like hunting with that one.

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Once I start doing load testing I’ll start another thread
 
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Nice work.


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