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  1. hubel458

    700HE and 12GA FH

    Myself (Ed Hubel) and others on the AR forums have done alot of bigbore wildcattting. One of our projects is the 12GA From Hell.Like rifle/shotgun a takeoff of the the old African Paradox guns, only a ten times better brass case. Rob from the forum came up with the name and original concept. We built the case from BMG brass and Rob chambered a big falling block, a Borchardt 50 BMG action, with heavy rifled barrel. I chambered a Savage 210 bolt-action, with a heavy barrel and a weighted stock. Here is a photo of my Savage and the second photo is the 12GA From Hell next to a standard plastic case.I have one case I fired 36 times and sectioned it and there was no stretching.Regular plastic cases will fire in our chambers also, so it's technically still a shotgun-cartridge, gun. I also have developed my 700HE belted straight case from BMG brass. See the last photo on the far right or bottom.Ed.