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Mosin Hunting Pictures, Anyone?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Joshua M. Smith, Dec 10, 2012.

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  1. Joshua M. Smith

    Joshua M. Smith Member

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    Hi Folks,

    I put up a page for game taken with Mosin rifles.

    It is here: http://www.smith-sights.com/mosin-hunting-pictures.php

    That gent is not me, but one of my customers who wished to remain anonymous.

    If you have any deer, coyote, etc you've taken with your Mosin-Nagant, please feel free to send 'em on in!

    Regards,

    Josh
     
  2. MCgunner

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    Just search Caribou's threads...:D There's no hunter I've ever known who hunts with a mosin that can top his stories. :D Even a lyin' Texan can't make that stuff up an' he's got pix to back it up.
     
  3. caribou

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    Cool, lemme try...
     
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  4. Joshua M. Smith

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    Caribou, would you like to send a favorite in? It would be welcome. The idea is to show folks the Mosin is still very viable.

    Josh
     
  5. BBQLS1

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    I was actually looking for some new Caribou threads. :D
     
  6. Joshua M. Smith

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    The page is up-to-date with what I have so far.

    The pictures that were smaller due to space, I've now linked so you can see the full-sized image!

    Glad you all are enjoying this!

    Regards,

    Josh
     
  7. caribou

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    Let me try again, Josh. It smy wife with a Bear that squared 10'2 and two shots from her Valmet M-39 was all it took....lemme try again
     
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    Here is one from a couple years ago. 203gr Brown Bear. Darrel's scout mount. Mosin-1.jpg
     
  9. caribou

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    My photobucket must be drunk.......I cannot get "all" to show, only my first page.

    If you like, peruse my former posts and pick up some pictures that way? Theres a whole lotta Mosin going on.

    Sorry, theres not much to post in a Hunting forum this timma year. Its the freezeup and dark timma year. thin ice and little snow, so travel , hence Hunting, is very very hard on rides and foot. Weve worked hard all Summer to get to this "easy" point and work inside for the most part, besides, its -28 tonight and windy....We have a Cashe of Fat Fall Caribou Bulls, and more than 1,000 egg leaden Whitfish outside, where its dark 23 hours a day now, as were in the Arctic. It is the 5th and final "Season" to Eskimo; Spring, Summer, Fall, Dark Winter and Light Winter, as itll be 20 hours of daylight at the end of March and still -30. Febuary is when I start hunting again, for freash Meats and Fur. Trapping is the way to go right now, and well be moving to camp right after X mas, and the 21st's equinox is the point that we will gain light, a few minutes a day, till we actually have a "Day ~~LOL!!~~ and when we have a few hours to see, were back to 'The Chase' :D
     
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  10. hq

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    Look for older finnish hunting pictures. Mosin used to be a massively popular hunting rifle around here, and to some degree it still is. Most of them were sporterized, though.
     
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