Strut10 nailed it. There's really nothing the 26 Nosler does that the 7STW does better with a larger bullet. If you decide to buy one don't shoot it, keep the box and paperwork and in 100 years will be worth a small fortune
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I was doing some poking around on it also to obtain some information. Everything sounds good at first but few things to look at. How much will it out perform the 264WM? Take in to consideration brass costs, dies, etc. good chance not worth it. If your looking at it as being a 26 caliber fan for awhile I would be loading up the 264 WM to see how far you could take it. If your not a big 26 guy there are others calibers to choose from that is flat shooting. I seen flags go when they started to talk about a 300 yard zero it would only drop 7" at 400 yards. In todays world and I do a lot of lr shooting a 300 yard zero is un needed. Especially when we have rangefinders, ballastic reticles, turrents, etc.