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Thread: 311410 Single Choice Group Buy for .300 Blackout - Duke???

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    311410 Single Choice Group Buy for .300 Blackout - Duke???

    I know
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    But how about a simple group buy for 311410 optimized for 300 Blackout with a HP size .309 to .311" only no lube grooves and a gas check

    Simple deal
    You can have anything you want as long as it is a four cavity HP 311410 size .309" +/- no lube groove with gas check.

    I know it was just run but they gone.
    Simple single mold group buy
    Proven popularity

    I want two

    Duke???
    Bueller???

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    I shoot a 300 bo AR and have several friends with them as well. So far only about half of them will handle a bullet that is north of .305 in front of the driving band. Throw in PC and it gets even tighter, mine will not even chamber a 311413 or the 311410. I have moved to a 311414, as it allows for a coat of PC and will still fit the bore. If you own an AR that will chamber it, more power to you.

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    WaSalmonSlayer or Lakehouse will have to run it. We have rules amongst thieves. Cannot run the same mold twice without giving the other HONCHOs the opportunity.

    This should run as a solid only buy with a target of 15 molds to cut. Mihec may have to order another cherry since you want No Lube Grooves, crimp groove and GC.

    You owe me an email with an FFL while youre at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattw View Post
    I shoot a 300 bo AR and have several friends with them as well. So far only about half of them will handle a bullet that is north of .305 in front of the driving band. Throw in PC and it gets even tighter, mine will not even chamber a 311413 or the 311410. I have moved to a 311414, as it allows for a coat of PC and will still fit the bore. If you own an AR that will chamber it, more power to you.
    No crimp/ lube groove allows you to tailor the OAL to ensure you the boolit gets enough support and you can find a good spot to get a consistent crimp. Nose length is secondary to supporting the boolit and getting a good flat spot to crimp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejay75 View Post
    WaSalmonSlayer or Lakehouse will have to run it. We have rules amongst thieves. Cannot run the same mold twice without giving the other HONCHOs the opportunity.

    This should run as a solid only buy with a target of 15 molds to cut. Mihec may have to order another cherry since you want No Lube Grooves, crimp groove and GC.

    You owe me an email with an FFL while youre at it.
    Yes I do
    Tomorrow will sort out the FFL
    Really want to do this as an HP
    Offering one flavor should simplify things as would a .309 diameter
    Please
    Desperate for this
    Thank You

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmort View Post
    Yes I do
    Tomorrow will sort out the FFL
    Really want to do this as an HP
    Offering one flavor should simplify things as would a .309 diameter
    Please
    Desperate for this
    Thank You
    May not generate enough interest...but I will pass your question on.

    So you want 2 x HP GC .311 311410 Molds without Lube Grooves or Crimp Groove?
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    Bluejay- If you would like, I could take this one on, I can reach out to Miha and 45 to get the details together. Let me know if that works.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluejay75 View Post
    May not generate enough interest...but I will pass your question on.

    So you want 2 x HP GC .311 311410 Molds without Lube Grooves or Crimp Groove?

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    I was thinking 4 Cavity
    No lube grooves
    Crimp groove nice but not critical
    I am thinking dedicated 300 BO
    But, no crimp groove works for me as well
    .309” would be nice
    Thank You

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    put a crimp grove and a gas check shank on it and skip the hp thing and id be interested IF it has a nose that will work in the bo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakehouse2012 View Post
    Bluejay- If you would like, I could take this one on, I can reach out to Miha and 45 to get the details together. Let me know if that works.
    All you good sir. Just keeping the seat warm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmort View Post
    I was thinking 4 Cavity
    No lube grooves
    Crimp groove nice but not critical
    I am thinking dedicated 300 BO
    But, no crimp groove works for me as well
    .309” would be nice
    Thank You
    Jmort- I've been busy lately with the ingot molds... I just sent a note over to Miha, as soon as he responds, I'll get a design proposal up for everyone to look at.

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    Bless you

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    watching how this thread pan out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Smale View Post
    put a crimp grove and a gas check shank on it and skip the hp thing and id be interested IF it has a nose that will work in the bo.
    Agree
    It is should be a dedicated BO design that you can PC/Hi Tek with a proper nose. Large enough to hollow-point and small enough to feed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattw View Post
    I shoot a 300 bo AR and have several friends with them as well. So far only about half of them will handle a bullet that is north of .305 in front of the driving band. Throw in PC and it gets even tighter, mine will not even chamber a 311413 or the 311410. I have moved to a 311414, as it allows for a coat of PC and will still fit the bore. If you own an AR that will chamber it, more power to you.
    This is what we are facing reality-wise.
    This needs to be considered

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    NOE 311-152-SP. This one feeds and chambers in a 'no leade' AR barrel. Forward of the driving band with Smoke's clear PC is .305. Today (maybe) I will try putting some on paper.

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    Here ya go. 14.6/N110, NOE 311-152-SP, Gator Check, Smokes Clear PC, sized .310, Casting Machine's 300 BO cases, and CCI #41primers. Target is 25 yards to get Burris Fast Fire III on paper (orange dot is 1"), off hand. Did I forget anything?

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    This is from post # two:

    "So far only about half of them will handle a bullet that is north of .305 in front of the driving band. Throw in PC and it gets even tighter, mine will not even chamber a 311413 or the 311410. I have moved to a 311414, as it allows for a coat of PC and will still fit the bore."
    Last edited by jmort; 02-27-2019 at 01:08 AM.

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    Caliber 30 Cal
    Type TTSX BT
    Weight 130
    Diameter .308
    S.D. 0.196
    B.C. 0.35
    Twist Rate Standard
    Length 1.173
    Box QTY 50
    Catalog # 30364

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    Caliber 30 Cal
    Type TSX BT
    Weight 130
    Diameter .308
    S.D. .196
    B.C. .340
    Twist Rate Standard
    Length 1.086
    Box QTY 50
    Catalog # 30345

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