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E.Arthur Brown 7mm Super Mag.

burninpowderburninpowder Member Posts: 38 ✭✭
edited October 2008 in Ask the Experts
Been a while since I been around, just ran across a 7mm super mag made
by E. Arthur Brown, Looks to be 10" barrel falling block action, some
nice target sites and the smoothest target trigger I ever pulled. The
price is 500.00 my local gun dealer (close friend) picked it up at a
gun show on a trade. So far I found out it is based on a .357 Max. case
and also I found some brass on the net. I was wondering if anyone could
shed some light on the subject, as are there reloading dies around and
would this be a good toy to play with? I have been a handloader for 30+
years still shoot some thompson contenders and always looking for some
other interesting calibers. I would like to say thanks in advance for
your time.

NRA USPSA Former member of IHMSA


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    nononsensenononsense Member Posts: 10,928 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1

    This is their website which contains all the information about the pistol, loads, dies and brass:

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    burninpowderburninpowder Member Posts: 38 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hey thanks for quick reply, I'll give the site a look and
    see what I can find.

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    1fisher1fisher Member Posts: 1,012 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I have one of these rifles in .223 - it is a really accurate gun.
    The only complaint that I have (and have read on forums) is that the extractor is not all that strong. It doesn't break or anything - it just will not extract shells once the chamber gets dirty. With winchester (white box) ammo, I get only 15 or 20 shots before it starts failing to extract. I just have to swab out the chamber and then it works again.
    $500 is not a bad price - new would be around $875
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