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    I may watch that auction just to see what it finally goes for.

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    The video said that the .276 was pretty comparable to the 6.5 Carcano and the 6.5 Jap rounds. Very pleasant to fire, due to reduced recoil.

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    It's been a while since I read Mr. Canfield's book. Is this the rifle that was approved, but General McArthur wanted one that would fire the 30.06?

    Disregard the question, I just watched the video.
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    .276 Pedersen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Surprisingly the .276 Petersen fires a 7mm .284 bullet, and the case is 51 mm long, same as .308.
    The .308 has greater case capacity, however.



    A 7mm-08 Remington has more velocity and power than the .276 Petersen, but similar downrange energy and trajectory, even with lighter bullets.
    Sounds like an experiment!

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