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#3070489 - 12/09/12 09:21 AM Re: Ok which one? [Re: RUGER]
Fordman
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 Originally Posted By: RUGER
LOL Yeah I could Wildcat, just no time. \:D



Ruger I used to say those same words....then I bought a couple .300 Win Mags. Reloading does not take near the time I thought and its actually a lot of fun. My boys are starting to learn how to reload for their .243 rifles so its a family affair. The daughter asked for a .223 for xmas and daddy asked for the dies...

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#3070754 - 12/09/12 12:07 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: fritoman]
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 Originally Posted By: fritoman
http://www.browning.com/products/catalog/firearms/itemdetails.asp?item=035713208&cid=035&tid=713 here's what I just bought. Stock is brush camo and plan on putting a Nikon coyote special bruch camo scope and rings in it. Got it at final flight for $749


SHIVER !!!!!!!!

Curse you fritoman !!!! \:D
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#3070827 - 12/09/12 01:04 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: RUGER]
fritoman
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Maybe be little bit before I get to shoot it because I spent part of my Christmas money I haven't got yet on it so maybe February or march before I can save up the rest. When I get it done come shoot it or if u think u may want one like it come by the house and check it out now they are kinda hard to find.
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#3070830 - 12/09/12 01:05 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: fritoman]
fritoman
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Just don't have a scope or rings
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#3071193 - 12/09/12 04:39 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: fritoman]
redblood
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after predator hunting fanatically for the past 20 years, i have learned always go light. the guys who buy the tricked out super heavy barrel, bipod, tactical scope, target turret guys, are not usually your guys who pred hunt religiuosly and often. many novices build their idea of the oerfect gun by watching western based predator shows and reading pred magazines where the majority of the hunts take place in the midwest or desert southwest,m where i heavy rig might have some merit. i fell in to the trap as well. I had my first pred gun built. 26" barrel, bipod, shilen barrel. at 9 pounds itr took me about one hunt to realize that it was way too heavy to make 25 sets a week walking in and out of eastern yote habitat to make 25 yard shots at hard charging yotes. did extensive research and bought a cz 527 in 223 in feb 2003. killed my first yote with it a week later. deadly accurate at 6 pounds and has presided over too many yote and cat funerals to count. I have a light barreled weatherby vanguard moa that i used when calling flatter farms, but the cz will cover 90 percent of my sets


here she is

http://czusa.com/products/view/cz-527-american/
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#3073251 - 12/10/12 07:01 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: redblood]
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the model seven cdl are very nice as well
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#3074846 - 12/11/12 06:31 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: redblood]
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Ruger, the 22-250 is an excellent two-season rifle. Varmints with sub-50 grain bullets and Deer/pigs with 60 grain partitions
You like this one? Happens to be a 7mm08 and it can kick 120 grain ballistic tips or 140 grain partitions. Price? 500.00 at Gunbroker.com, go to advanced search and enter AMMO-ARMS in the seller field. This is a T/C Venture, Special Edition.
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I reload-since mid 80's-and my 22-250 will scale up to 3800 FPS varmint rounds (faster if I want) and down to 3400 FPS 60 grain partitions that shoot exactly where you aim. My 15-year old twins reload, it really ain't that tough and the money you save, contrary to popular opinion, will have you break even in 3 years. Most of my reload gear is 20+ years old and still going strong. My hunting loads are better than any you can buy and they dont't cost me anywhere near half of what Walmart charges. When we pull the trigger there is no tracking.

I load 22-250, 243, 7mm08, 280, 308, 30/06, and two 300 WinMags.
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#3074961 - 12/11/12 07:22 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: DaveB]
Remmy25-06
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Savage 25 light walkin varminter 17 hornet centefire. Same ballistics as 223 but of course just get all of em them then u can take a different one each day.
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#3075144 - 12/11/12 09:19 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: Remmy25-06]
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Me personally, i would rather carry a heavier gun. I dunno why i just dont like a light gun. But i am building an AR it will be about 9 lb. But compact
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#3076515 - 12/12/12 07:38 PM Re: Ok which one? [Re: Rockhound]
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Thinking about a Howa 223.
Found one worth the money in full camo, stock, barrel and scope. \:D
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