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FOR THE LAST 75 YEARS, it’s been easy to recognize a Weatherby cartridge. The distinctive double-radiused shoulder is a dead giveaway, as is the proportion of brass (a lot) to bullet. If you had to triple-check, you could look for the belt on the case. Everything from the .224 Weatherby to the .460 Weatherby adhered to this formula. Until now.

With the introduction of the 6.5 RPM, Weatherby has updated its playbook. In keeping with

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