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teamlund
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10/26/08 8:03 AM CST
I went on a shopping spree on Fri. I bought a Ruger .357 revolver and a Bushmaster AR15 in .223 cal. That was an expensive BUT fun day. I bought the .357 to carry on me bowhunting and to keep in the nightstand at home and I am really not sure why I bought the AR15. Oh yeah, the election. Dull

Anyone else bought anything lately? Lets hear what, why, ect!!!!! Smile

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6/14/14 2:02 AM CST
Just picked up a browning Abolt 300wsm.

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6/3/14 8:51 PM CST
Wieland, could be posted to a different thread but tell me I read it wrong. You're NOT intending at shooting Elk at 900-1000 yds with a 270 WSM or any other rifle for that matter.

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5/31/14 11:27 AM CST
Similar ballistics on paper but with much better bullets that penetrate and expand in the deer. This would be a close range gun only and basically a toy.

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5/31/14 12:47 AM CST
ditto, I always liked you but why would you want to hunt deer with something like that ? May as well use a model 1911 for the same ballistics.

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5/30/14 6:56 PM CST
8.5" 300 Blackout. Came as a pistol but I put it on my SBR lower to see how it would look for deer hunting, I think it looks pretty darn cool! 208gr bullet at 1150fps.

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5/25/14 1:10 PM CST
Just picked up a CMMG AR pistol in 300 BlackOut. I'll probably end up putting the upper on a rifle lower (yes I have an SBR lower) and suppress it.

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5/23/14 4:31 PM CST
Won a tikka t3 stainless 30-06 and picked up a 1956 Winchester 88 .308 that is like new

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5/23/14 7:57 AM CST
Randy,

Yes it is beautiful.

I have to say I am very impressed with your set up as well. It takes a lot of effort to get that kind of accuracy at that kind of range. I tinker with my 22-250 to get out there but my "large game" rifles I call it good out to 300 for some reason.

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5/23/14 6:43 AM CST
DLAMA2 Thats a beautiful work of art. Pain staking effort goes into that level of engraving. Not like the CNC machine engraving you see on "modern" stuff


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5/22/14 3:02 PM CST
Charles Daly BE Miroku O/U 12 ga 30" barrels, Full top IM bottom, Monte Carlo stock, Ivory beads and engraving.

Can't wait to get out and use it. It is as old as me.

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5/22/14 1:08 PM CST
Bought another Tikka Stainless .270 short mag for long range. Pulled the action from the plastic stock and dropped it into a Boyd Thumbhole Sporter, Timmey trig and a little tweek. Burris XTR 6-24 w/ the XTR mounts Modified the cheek plate on the stock for a 1" additional rise and slimmed out the thumbhole for a better fit to my hand. Sinclair Tactical bipod with lock swivel head. Shooting Barnes 140gr TSX over MagPro/Fed Gold Match primers, Norm brass - (annealed) 3280fps over the chrony.

Zero'd at 317yrd. Group shown is 500yrds on the bench under 1/2MOA Currently shooting out to 900yrds with intent of 1000+

Built it specifically for elk at the higher elevations


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5/21/14 5:28 PM CST
Model 648-6 S&W in .22WMR SS version. Factory walnut grips. Bought it at a Rummage/Estate sale for $350. I have always been a huge 1911 fan, but this thing is pure fun to shoot. My daughters love it and have declared it "their" pistol.

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4/14/14 1:02 AM CST
Shadling, I agree that there is nothing quite like a 1911. All the "plastic" guns excite me just about as much as a hammer - they work great but certainly aren't anything to look at.

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4/14/14 12:11 AM CST
Nice to see all you M&P guys like your guns. I am a certified Glock fanboy when it comes to Tupperware guns but I will admit I really like the feel of M&Ps in my hand. I just have not gotten used to the trigger yet. But I have primarily shot Glock or 1911s for the past 15 years so I am really used to the glock trigger. Though not much comes close to how much I like my 1911 triggers. That being said I will probably pick up an M&P one of these days just because. Though I do need to add another 1911 to the safe first. So many guns I want to buy, and never enough $$$ to buy them all. Some days I see why my wife scowls at me when she sees me on gunbroker. LOL!

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4/13/14 11:59 PM CST
Well, I had a S & W .40 Compact. Loaned it to my step son (Deputy) to try it out about 9 months ago. I guess he likes it.

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