MM/RD 432-325GC is a SUCCESS !!!

6pt-sika
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Re: MM/RD 432-325GC is a SUCCESS !!!

Postby 6pt-sika » Fri May 31, 2013 6:59 pm

mt_sourdough wrote:Man, you aren't kidding! Those engraved "Premier Grade" rifles are incredible works of art. I normally dont get-off on engraved rifles, but those MS rifles are far from cheesy.


I may never get a MS Premier but I will get a 61 MCA in 270 WIN to match my 61 MCA 243 WIN !

At some point in my life I would like to take Sika deer in England , Scotland , Ireland , Northern Ireland , France and Czech Republic . And the MS in 270 would be perfect or quite possibly the little 243 . I could lay my hands on one in 06 or 308 pretty easy and I already have the MS 61 MCA in the halfstock version in 308 . But the 06 and 308 as well as the 6.5x55 and 7x57 are illegal at the moment for use in France . Hence my intrest in getting one in 270 .

Just think that carbine MS 61 MCA would be perfect for hunting the Continent and in 270 if I went nuts and wanted to pop a Red Stag I should be good to go with the 270 shooting 130 grain Nosler BT's or Hornady SST's !

6pt-sika
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Re: MM/RD 432-325GC is a SUCCESS !!!

Postby 6pt-sika » Sat Dec 14, 2013 6:02 pm

Well I'm getting intrested again to make a 365 grain version of this 432-325GC . Need to see if I can find the numbers for the bullet and just change the weight . I am thinking the 325 and a 365 grainer should be great for my little short 444 ;)


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