OK, gurus. ID this

Fun thread though!

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Great, the oddball lover in me now has to research those projectiles I don’t recognize in the image (.338’s and .375) thus lightening my wallet at some point. Especially if i can build an AR in that cartridge. Thanks a lot @Robocop1051! :cowboy_hat_face:

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You’re not going to make it as batman coming in after the villain confess :grin:

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Your thread should have been named “Is it real or is it fake?”…

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It’s too easy that way.

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.338 Spectre is based on the 10mm Magnum case, and uses the same bolt and mags as 6.8mmSPC. It’s another wildcat for ARs from Teppo Jutsu. Subsonic 300gr loads that have shown some impressive results on gel tests.

I think SBR Ammunition is the licensed source for barrels and ammunition (if you don’t want to get dies and make your own from StarLine 10mmMag brass).

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He’s not been allowed within 2000 feet of a Navy recruiting station since he had to start registering his address at the local sheriff’s office.

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Flagged. :rage:

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.30 M1 Carbine with 180 gr bullet?

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Oh, uh, well… I, uh…

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Some folks here need a second job.
You have way too much idle time on your hands.

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Nope, I retired from two jobs. not getting another. other than all the stuff I have to take care of now.

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Ok try this one.

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Got my guru working on it. Should have it shortly. He got my pic right off the bat.

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He thinks it is a 30-30 casing trimmed and necked down with some sort of 30 cal bullet.

How did he do?

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I did a little looking. Is it a 30 Herrett?

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It is a .30 Reese. It is a .357 necked to .30 . The guy that came up with it got rcbs to make dies and a chamber reamer For it and Hornady made brass with the propped head stamp.

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Belt fed?

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No, a friend of mine that really knows a lot about guns and ammo.

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