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    Anyone see one of these?

    https://gunmagwarehouse.com/blog/pho...eid=2706082daa


    Sell the rifle with 50'pieces of brass.

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    It might be cheaper to convert a Remington 1100 .410 to 45-70!
    Or not. More exciting though!

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    Cheaper and easier to go this route to get .45-70 performance,
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.458_SOCOM

    Not slamming you and I'm sure yours is a lot of fun but the price is out there with the .50 BMG
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    yeah, it's not a 45/70, it's a wildcat. Cool, but definitely re-inventing the wheel compared to the 458 socom, 450 bushmaster etc.
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    I remember reading about that earlier. They are pretty neat. But I already have .450 Bushmaster that cost a lot less though. I will let others have all the fun with this one. A few years ago I would have loved to have gotten one of these 45-70 auto rifles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoZombies View Post
    yeah, it's not a 45/70, it's a wildcat. Cool, but definitely re-inventing the wheel compared to the 458 socom, 450 bushmaster etc.
    Definitely so. Since it's in an AR10, why not a 45-284? Form dies vs lathe time.
    Wildcatting for ARs is all the rage. Seems like weekly we get another "ultimate"(almost) round!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    Definitely so. Since it's in an AR10, why not a 45-284? Form dies vs lathe time.
    Wildcatting for ARs is all the rage. Seems like weekly we get another "ultimate"(almost) round!

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    You need to check this one out TBG

    http://www.375raptor.com/375RAPTOR/test/

    http://www.375raptor.com/375RAPTOR/

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