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:shifty:   I dont own a few of them but this one is my favorite.

My  Model 94 that I dont own lol  Canadian bicentennial.   I sold it at one point to a friend then I missed it so much I had to buy it back for more than he gave me.
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I have been looking to upgrade from my elk / deer mossberg .270  which has been an awesome field rifle.   I think I have less than $400 into it and it is reliably within 1" at 100 yards year after year without doing much of anything to it.   
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But I am jones'en for a new Henry long ranger in .308 to take over for the .270.  Just because I want to feel like john wayne when I hunt.  My thinking is the elk and deer will come out into the open easier and then when I do shoot them they will stand up on their hind legs, yell " ahhh you got me" and fall over backwards. 

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Beyond that a pistol that is not trust worthly and a few 22's and 12 gauges for clay shooting. 




anyone got any cool stuff?

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I really like my Henry 22 Magnum. Starting to get good with it. Like to get a Henry 45 as well. They are very smooth.

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@JAG1 checking the hits with his Henry.

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JAG1 putting some .223 down range with my AR.

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JAG1 busting some caps with my Colt 1911

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Thanks 'IB' ...... I like that range, its good place to go.

 

The AR is something I never got a hold of until then. It's really amazing

 

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My son had an AR many years ago and I got to go to the range with him once and shoot it. We small baby food jars for targets. Even over the iron sites they hard to miss. 

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This is the only truly unique thing I’ve got. Not sure what make or caliber, all it has is 1845 stamped in the hammer. It’s part of a set, but the other one is in need of some love. 

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Rest of it is a standard mix of 12 and 20 gauge trap guns and somehow a pellet rifle.

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I’ve got a Remington 11-87 Premier 12 GA that I really like. A Remington 783 in 270. Win with a Vortex scope that is my big game rifle. I’d like to upgrade the caliber to a 6.5 Creedmore and get a walnut stock in place of synthetic. Also have a Remington 597 22LR great little gun and a 357. Snub nose pistol. 

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I got a rock, but William Wallace showed me how to chunk it.

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I have a 700 BDL 30-06, a Browning 338 Rem Ultra Mag, an Armalite AR-10, a S&W .500 Mag revolver and a lever action single shot 12 gauge.

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What would you guys recommend for mowing blackberries?. About 200 hundred feet long by about 20 foot wide stretch..

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15 minutes ago, JAG1 said:

What would you guys recommend for mowing blackberries?. About 200 hundred feet long by about 20 foot wide stretch..

2 goats and a black bear. Maybe a chicken or 2 to clean up the seeds.

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@JAG1I've got half a case of 12 gauge 00 buck and half a case of 12 gauge slugs and a few boxes of #4 and #5 led shot, that is now illegal to hunt with in California, you can use if the neighbors don't mind.   

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You guys are funny. Thanks. The goats really are the way to go. Even munch up old truck tires if I heard that right .

 

I'm really into western style and would like to get the Henry 45 rifle. My 22 golden boy is smooth.

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Posted (edited)

 

21 minutes ago, JAG1 said:

 

I'm really into western style 

 

 

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21 minutes ago, JAG1 said:

 

I'm really into western style 

Just need a western goat.

All kidding aside the Henry is a really nice rifle. I'd love to have an original.

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:lol: 

 

I'm guessing an original Henry is worth bucks.

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Not a big fan of guns... but if I was an elk hunter I’d probably have a Rem 700 in 300 H&H, a 26” Lilja barrel with a custom muzzle brake, McMillan stock, and a Leopold VX-3 3.5-10 with a custom drop compensate dial on it. Maybe a nice bi-pod too :-) 

 

 

 

 

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I put in the order for a Henry in 6.5 creedmoor today.  Now I just have to wait for allocation from the dealer.       

@AH64ID how do you like the CDS? 

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On 1/10/2019 at 7:03 PM, Me78569 said:


@AH64ID how do you like the CDS? 

 

 

I love it. I have it calibrated for where I hunt elk and it’s marked to 1000, thou that’s a bit far for hunting shots. I’ve shot it over 400 numerous times and it’s dead accurate... assuming a good range. 

 

A good range finder is mandatory with one, and not one of the ones that gives you “ballistic” range. You need one that gives you true horizontal range with no ballistic computation, which last I looked was hard to find. I have a Nikon Rifle Hunter 1000 and it does the angle math for me, so I can range, adjust the dial and fire. 

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