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i have a 300 win mag . and after i fire 5 or 6 shots its gets hot really hot. i was woundering if that would be why i am not gro

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  • Bull Elk
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    If your gun has a stainless steel barrel it will heat up faster than a non-s.s. As stated by others, bring other guns and alternate shooting to give your guns a chance to cool down.

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  • i have a 300 win mag . and after i fire 5 or 6 shots its gets hot really hot. i was woundering if that would be why i am not gro

    i have a 300 win mag . and after i fire 5 or 6 shots its gets hot really hot. i was woundering if that would be why i am not grouping very well on the target. and is thir anything i can do to keep it from getting so hot.?

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