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Unread 03-19-2019, 03:06 PM   #1
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Like to see what rifles you guys are using for hunting.
I always seem to grab my stainless steel Remington 700 ADL in 308. It was a blind magazine, but I made it a detachable mag. It has a trigger tech trigger, Nitrex TR2 2-10x50 scope, I turned down and threaded the bolt handle myself and made the blot knob, but I sent it out to have the bolt fluted.
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Unread 03-23-2019, 06:23 AM   #2
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I guess nobody hunts with a rifle. Oh well, I'll try one more time. This is one of my coyote rifles, it's an accustock and trigger Savage in .243, heavy barrel and a Vortex scope. I painted the stock and also did the webbing.

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Unread 03-23-2019, 06:30 AM   #3
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I'll join the party in a few days. I have to move all kinds of things to get to my Gun cabinet. Since I wasn't able to hunt the last two years, , my man room got used as storage.

The webbing you did on that stock. Is that a rattle can paint? I remember finding that in high school, early 90's. Keep meaning to look for it, but always forget. Was thinking of using it on my buggy, as a bit of a "break up".
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I'll join the party in a few days. I have to move all kinds of things to get to my Gun cabinet. Since I wasn't able to hunt the last two years, , my man room got used as storage.

The webbing you did on that stock. Is that a rattle can paint? I remember finding that in high school, early 90's. Keep meaning to look for it, but always forget. Was thinking of using it on my buggy, as a bit of a "break up".
Yes, rattle can. This is the exact one I used. Looking forward to seeing your rifles.
https://www.amazon.com/Krylon-I00601...s%2C127&sr=8-1

They have it in white too.
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Unread 03-31-2019, 11:24 PM   #5
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I use a Weatherby bolt action in .243 caliber. It will drive tacks. Never lost a deer or hog with it. Use Remington Core lokt 100 gr ammo. Love thou s gun. I use it dense woods or open fields. Its does it job, if I do mine.
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Use to have a Savage 99 in .243. Hard cartridge to find fault with. I like .30 caliber, and there are plenty of options there, but the .243, and the .270 are very versatile. Dang, this is getting me thinking too much!
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I like the .243 because I can shoot and never lose sight of the game through my scope. I used to use a 30.06 as nd after a shot the recoil caused gun to move and would lose vision of game. To me .243 recoil not much different than a .22. And its a deadly fir almost all N.A. game. Would not trust it hunting brown bear.
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Never hunted brown bears, nor been in brown-bear country, but I agree- I would want for something quite a bit heavier then. Had a Sako .340 WinMag once, that would be a little more comforting!
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No brown bear around here either. Thankfully. If there were, I would worry about who was the hunter, or the huntee.
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Marlin 1895XLR in 45-70. Quick detachable rings when it get's light out.


Winchester's in 30-30 and 32 special.


Winchester 30-30, 22LR, 38-55 and one 32-40.


Savage 10 predator in .223


Leman flinter in .54 cal. Built by me


Kentucky flint pistol in .50 cal. 13" barrel. built by me.
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