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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-12-2019, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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remington special run 7600 pumps

i saw that grices had these in their current flyer. was wondering if anyone that bought one could tell me what the recoil was like in a 35 whelen pump. thanks.
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More than a 30-06.Look up chuck hawks rifle recoil table for an idea of where it is recoil wise.

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I have a earier rem 7600 in 35 whelen with a 22" barrel and top loads with heavy bullets it does kick, but not any thing you can,t handle if you are a shooter. lighter 200 gr bullets its not bad at all.
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i hear you 35 whelen. lol. but what i cant believe is the people putting them on gunbroker for 800 plus and getting it. i would rather make the drive to save hundreds.
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With 200 grain factory loads it's hard to tell the difference in recoil between the Whelen and a 30-06. The 250 grain loads are more in the 7mm Rem Mag recoil level.

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i saw that grices had these in their current flyer. was wondering if anyone that bought one could tell me what the recoil was like in a 35 whelen pump. thanks.
I have one I collect pumps, mine kicks a lot more than a 30 06
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i hear you 35 whelen. lol. but what i cant believe is the people putting them on gunbroker for 800 plus and getting it. i would rather make the drive to save hundreds.
I remember when the very first ones from the first run last year hit gunbroker. They were fetching $1200-$1300+.

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My 225gr handloads in a wood stocked 22" barrel isn't very friendly off the bench and self ejects. I shoot a fair bit. I'm not recoil sensitive...I will even admit it laid my eye open once lol. I knew it was coming. I proned out on a boulder to take a shot. The angle of my head and body...I knew what was coming. Lol.


Most factory loads are pretty tame though...but you also aren't getting the velocity and full potential of the round.
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a few times after i shot my 300 win mag out of the treestand the percussion knocked my hat off and onto the ground. hasnt happened with the 6.5 creedmoor yet. lol.
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