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 Post subject: My Hunting Rifles
PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 1:44 pm 
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More from the bowels of the safe(s).

1)Western Field M732 ( Mossberg M810), .30-06
My Dad's old rifle
2)Remington M788, .308 Win.
My little tack driver
3) Ruger M77 MkII, .300 Win. Mag.
4) Savage M116, 7mm Rem. Mag.
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wow , beautiful rifles , and in a very nice assortment of cartriges too


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Those are nice. Not just a little partial to 30 cal are you????????

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Nice collection!

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Those are nice. Not just a little partial to 30 cal are you????????


Simple logistics. Buy one box of bullets and stuff them in all three rifles.
I'm still trying to figure how to get the larger pills down down the 7mm bore :D

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Those are nice. Not just a little partial to 30 cal are you????????


Simple logistics. Buy one box of bullets and stuff them in all three rifles.
I'm still trying to figure how to get the larger pills down down the 7mm bore :D


If you just rethroat it to 30 cal they will go down the bore, at least once or twice. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: My Hunting Rifles
PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2012 9:17 pm 
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ohhhhhhhhhhh you have a really awseome picture. Where did you got those rifle?

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 Post subject: Re: My Hunting Rifles
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Wow, this topic comes from way back. Welcome Grendy :welcome:

As I re-read my second post, I did not mean to infer that I could use the same cartridge in all three rifles but can use the same bullet to reload with.

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Those are nice. Not just a little partial to 30 cal are you????????


Simple logistics. Buy one box of bullets and stuff them in all three rifles.
I'm still trying to figure how to get the larger pills down down the 7mm bore :D

Just rechamber to 300WM with a good throat, Ackley or one of those type people did it years ago. Might better tie it down though.

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 Post subject: Re: My Hunting Rifles
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1)Western Field M732 ( Mossberg M810), .30-06
My Dad's old rifle
2)Remington M788, .308 Win.
My little tack driver
3) Ruger M77 MkII, .300 Win. Mag.
4) Savage M116, 7mm Rem. Mag.

This collections of your sir is really really interesting to see,, i have seen to many kinds of weapons like this but this one sound very interesting to carry, i was impress by the quality of your weapons sir..congrats.


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 Post subject: Re: My Hunting Rifles
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Welcome to the forum Romellio. Thanks for the kind words. I didn't even show the lever rifles. I'm always surprised when one of my old threads is brought back from the dead :bigrin:

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 Post subject: Re: My Hunting Rifles
PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2015 11:42 am 
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The first deer rifle I got my wife was a Western field
243. That was a great shooter.


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