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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by flatwins, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. alank2

    alank2 Sharpshooter

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    Hi,

    I had Limbsaver put a softer pad on it, but it still has some thump with full power 44mag (pictured under it). It is a soft shooter with 44spl powered loads, I could shoot them all day...

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    Alan
     
  2. flatwins

    flatwins Sharpshooter

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    Nice! How's that Puma? I was looking them along with all the other choices. Kinda fell for the old '66. Should be here Monday!
     
  3. MyMonkey

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    That Puma is one fine shooter. Very accurate considering it is iron sights. I have not tried it yet but I hear it is good for hunting as well when loaded with hot .45 colt loads.
     
  4. Sledge302

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    Marlin Model 1895G


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  5. dlbleak

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    i bought this new as a plinker but either my son or i hope to take a deer with it this year.marlin 1894 inhttp://i977.photobucket.com/albums/ae253[Broken External Image]dlbleak/P8230549-1.jpg?t=1251057759 44 mag.
     
  6. flatwins

    flatwins Sharpshooter

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    Bring that one with you next time!
     
  7. Slack One

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    That Savage 99 is loverly! I'd like to get ahold of a rotary magazine 99 in .308. .300 Savage is a nice round, but ammo prices raise the hairs on my neck.

    The only pic I have of my 336W is old and really silly.

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    Those little deer heads are crocheted, and we gave them to people to stick on their fridge a couple of Christmases ago. That rifle *used* to wear a Skinner peep and Firesight front blade, but after shooting it a while I figured out the barrel is slightly misaligned (front sight leans to the left), and I could never get a zero that was consistent at different ranges, so it has a plain old scope on it again :/ Might look at getting one of the Skinners that mounts on the barrel, though...at that point, everything would be the same degree of crooked :)
     
  8. flatwins

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    Brought my 1866 Winchester clone to the indoor range last nite. Man, that was a blast! Can't wait to get it to an outside range.
     
  9. dlbleak

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    I'm reviving this thread cause i'm pumped on my new purchase. Browning 92 in 357 mag. Picked it up at the show last weekend from a private seller. Got it for about half of what they are selling for!
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    Winchester 94s - Saddle Ring Carbine built 1916. Rifle with octagon barrel built 1905.

    I continue to hunt with the carbine. By far my favorite rifle.

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