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  • Hi Dr Ray. My name is J. I'm a new Member. I've started my first Thread today in the "375 and Up" category. I was hoping you might Weigh In. I am considering a Sako Brown Bear. If you might give your thoughts I would greatly appreciate it. Best Regards, J.
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    I must have missed this. My apologies. The Brown Bear is an excellent rifle! With a low mounted scope you MAY have issues when ejecting the empty case as it MAY hit the scope and drop back into the action.
    I really love my Sakos! (In case you missed that point)!
    G'day Dr Ray, I hope and pray you've not been flooded out up there; our rain in Brownsville (well, not an more :) is useful but NOTHING like what I hear of Cairns! Stay safe, and good hunting, when you can get out again.....
    Dear Dr Ray
    Congratulations wit your birthday. May this year bring you to Africa, Namibia... We wish you a year filled with straight shooting.
    Kowas team.
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Inline6 wrote on Chris Sells's profile.
PM me when you get a chance, have a few questions for you.
steve white wrote on Pheroze's profile.
Pheroze: I was intrigued by the blog on 400, 465 H&H in which you stated you were having a rifle reamed out to accomodate the larger bore. Who is doing the work for you, do they then provide cut rifling or buttoned. Will a 375 H&H rechamber to the 400 H&H. Is there much ballistic difference between it and the 404/375
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Bush Duiker shot in the free state just shy of 6 inch

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