Dec 29, 2014 · .22-250 Rem.243 Rem; 7mm-08 Rem.308 Win; Long-action calibers offered at launch are:.25-06 Rem.270 Win.30-06 Sprg; 7mm Rem Mag.300 Win Mag.338 Win Mag.375 Ruger; All of the standard calibers will have five round magazines while the magnum calibers are limited to four rounds. Standard Patriot rifles come with 22″ barrels.
Aug 02, 2010 · The 7MM Rem. Mag. is a long action belted magnum cartridge. It has a lot more powder capacity and can handle slightly heavier bullets. It has much more recoil then a 7mm-08 and is suitable for large sized game.
The belted mag will sail the same sized projectile about 100 to 300 feet per second at the open end of the rifle. The difference gets larger the heavier the bullet. Think of it this way the 7mm will hit in foot pounds at 175 yards where the 7-08 will at 100 and at 200 yards the 7mm mag will only drop 5.4 inches but the the 7-08 will drop 8.3.
Dec 11, 2019 · Using the 160-grain bullet, an 8 pound 7mm Rem Mag churns up around 20. (I calculated on four different systems, and the results varied; these are the averages.) This is not a ton of difference....
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Jan 26, 2009 · I am currently having a .257 Weatherby Magnum built on a Remington 700 with a 26" Hart SS tube. The smithy says the last one he built clocks just under 3700 fps with 100g Barnes TSXs. The .257 Roy's calling card is flat trajectory and the .270 Winchester simply doesn't have the horsepower to compete with that.
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Dec 13, 2020 · As the 7mm Rem Mag is of smaller caliber than the 300 Win Mag, it is a very good choice for lighter, smaller animals. Think, pronghorn, mule, and fallow deer. The fact that it also has a milder recoil than the 300 Win Mag makes the 7mm Rem Mag a sound choice for those heading out on mountain hunting expeditions.