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Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by EL COLONEL, Jan 10, 2007.



    Feb 1, 2006
    S.A. TEXAS
    257 Roberts anyone have any info on this round ? Thanx :wavey:

  2. Dan in Alaska

    Dan in Alaska

    Nov 6, 2002
    I once had a Remington Mountain Rifle chambered in .257 Roberts. I mounted a Nikon 2-7x on it, and it made a nice lightweight Wisconsin whitetail rifle. It shot really well with the lighter bullets and IMR 4350 powder. I still have the Nikon, but I sold the rifle.

    I regret it sometimes, but the short action was really limiting. To get the best accuracy, I often had to seat the bullets longer than the magazine box would allow. I shot three deer with the rifle before parting ways.

    I want another lightweight rifle like that, but I will probably go with a 7mm caliber of some sort next time.
  3. Ak.Hiker


    Feb 8, 2005
    Homer Alaska
    I am going by memory and not looking in any books but I think the 257 Roberts is a necked down 7mm Mauser. The Hornady Light Magnum 117 grain loading is not to far behind a standard 25/06 in energy. It would make a very good deer load.