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An "Evil Black Rifle" - for MEN !

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Shawnee, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. Shawnee

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    ok? lol
     
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  4. H2O MAN

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    :rolleyes: There is no such thing as an EBR bolt gun :neener:
     
  5. Auburn1992

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    Ruger... too bad it costs 5x as much.
     
  6. Jst1mr

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    There's more to a dangerous game rifle than caliber and sights...can't believe that Rem has a sling swivel stud on the fore-end.
     
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    I came extremely close to buying a dangerous game rifle once. It was a Ruger #1 in I believe 458 Lott. Then I looked at the price of a box of rounds........I did not buy that rifle.
     
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    Ow. That'd hurt quite a bit to shoot...

    C-grunt

    Do note that most folks with the bigger rifles (I have a .458 Win Mag) reload their own rounds. Each shot costs me less than $2, now. :)
     
  9. Geno

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    That looks nice all, but if you're looking to a .375 H&H, I suggest the Sig-Sauer 202 Safari with interchangable barrels. Although, my CZ safari also was pleasing to shhot, but sprayed oil mist on my eyeglass lens via the firing pin. So many fine firearms, so little vault space, so little money. :(
     
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    Fudd Gun!!!:)
     
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    Wait, Buckeye Land has a "man" season now? Well, I guess it's one more reason to stay out of Ohio ;)
     
  12. Jst1mr

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    But they grow HUGE there...although nothing a well-placed .243 (oh, never mind!)
     
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    You know what the H & H stands for in 375 H&H dont you??? It stands for HOOT and HOLLER !!!!:what: because thats what most people do after they pull the trigger the first time !!!! LOL:D
     
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    Seriously -- would anyone who was facing dangerous game in the bush want to be carrying a 700 push-feed action without so much as a bolt lock to help keep it from jamming on the first shot?

    Remingtons make fine rifles for targets, deer, etc. But dangerous game?
     
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