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JackOfAllTradesMasterAtNone
December 26, 2006, 10:29 PM
O.K. My buddy plans to build one of my dream rifles. I've been set on a bolt action .358 Norma for many years, and one step to get there is my Ruger 77 in 30-338, -very close to being the .308 Norma.

So, I spotted a Mauser 8mm for sale here on THR and let my buddy know about it. (Oops!) He bought the damn thing! With plans now to rebarrel to .358 Norma..

So within the last couple years, I've bought some single shot Rossi rifles for my boys first hunting rifles. I kinda like them. Deer hunting this season, I actually took one as my backup rifle. For me I'll step up in quality a bit. -My boys will enherit my stuff some day anyway. Thier next hunting rifles will be nicer too.

Long story short, Now, my plans have sort of changed. I still want a .358 Norma. A TC rifle comes to mind. But .358 Norma isn't a standard chambering for TC. What should I look for, and where should I send it to be rechambered to my chosen round?

-Steve

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hoghunting
December 26, 2006, 10:40 PM
Try Fox Ridge Outfitters - it's TC's Custom Shop - as they might have what you need. If they don't have that barrel, call them and they will tell you what you can do.

http://www.foxridgeoutfitters.com/section.cfm?section=16

Grumulkin
December 27, 2006, 07:02 AM
It's not a bad idea to contact Fox Ridge Outfitters but I doubt they'll be able to help you. There are several custom barrel makers that should be able to help you. Some choices are:

www.sskindustries.com

www.bellmtcs.com

www.ottllc.com

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