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.338-06 A-Square, P/L, 225 grain SST, 1 Cartridge not a Box!


OUT of STOCK, .338-06 A-Square, P/L, 225 grain SST, One Cartridge. Please Click on Picture or Title for More details.

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One Cartridge, not a Box!: .338-06 A-Square, A-Square Brass with a “ A-SQUARE 338-06 A-SQ” Head-Stamp and a 225 grain, Hornady SST ( Plastic Tipped Hollow Point) Projectile.  The History of the .338-06 A-Square: The .338-06 A-Square was introduced in 1958 by changing the (OKH .333 Magnum)* to accept .338″ projectiles and standardized the cartridge as the .338-06 A-Square; however, this cartridge began as a wildcat cartridge by necking up the 30-06 case to accept .338″ caliber projectiles before A-Square standardized the cartridge. Weatherby started making rifles for the cartridge in 2001. A-Square went bankrupt and was sold to Sharps Rifle company some time around 2015.  To my knowledge, they are not currently loading any of the A-Square line except the 375 H&H Magnum with an A-Square head stamp at this writing (03/20/17), but that is not an A-Square invented the caliber.* the .333 OKH was developed by Mr. Charles Oneil, Mr. Don Hopkins and Mr.Elmer Keith, well know wildcat cartridge inventors by necking up a 30-06 case to accept the British .333″  projectiles. code 5941

Weight 0.10 lbs