Oh, did I mention that all the ranch roads are paved?
And a trained flock of 20 Mexican eagles (rather than ugly old buzzards) clean...
If you think the setting is nice, you should see the lodging!
My guide knows how to pose a photo!
Starline for my .405 WCF and for my .45-90 loading. Nary a problem.
I have so much loaded .45-70 ammo that I may never need to reload it. :)
If they obey the park signs they will stop.
If not, well,,
Tally QDs work well on my Simson double rifle:
The Talley compatible mount grooves are milled into the rear rib, making for a low mount.
An Arkansas stone slicked up my Pre 64 M70 years ago and it is still "just right" for me.
Regardless of application, all my center fire rifles fire with 4 pound trigger pull as measured with Lyman scale.
No creep, no gimmicks they all...
No interest here, since there is no text or pix. Oh Well.
My .357 revolvers pre date the 686 by a bit:
Ben shooting M19 .357 in 4 and 6 inch since 1970s.
When "on" with pistol silhouettes, no deer sized...
You should have provided another option; to wit, factory loaded and hand loaded.
I do both depending on circumstances.
Those ivory tips are striking!
Will do my best on reds later this month.
I have found that if my .405 hits anywhere near the desired area, I will have venison.
What AZDAVE said +1
This one is going on a south Texas exotic hunt next week and I intend to give it a workout on red deer and hogs.
well said BenKK.
My Ruger 77s have all been good solid shooters and a bit of surface rust should not change that. It may be a good while before you find...
My older brother had an accurate but homely post 64 M70 and I inherited it after he passed on. I shot a running Pronghorn with it, but it could...
You mean an unfired Deluxe 1895 .405 like this one in the back corner of my safe?
AZDAVE said "Well my vote is for all us 405 shooters get together and sing a VERY off key joyous song to the stars around a fire somewhere in the...
The 450 grain NF and Punch have done well on Ele for my .458 and should kill the beasties for you.
Heck, I used little old 400 grain...
Aperture sight such as receiver or tang peep sights sold by Lyman, Williams, Marbles, etc.
Choice will depend upon type of rifle (not caliber)...
I just located another treasure trove of early Simson& Company material, including a catalog. I will study and report on anything of interest.
Maybe around a remote camp fire where there are no critics.
"Just didn't seem right to have a bunch of .405 components and dies sitting around with nothing to shoot them in.:rolleyes::rolleyes::D"
"of how each dent or scratch will last a lifetime."
When my 100+ year old Parker Damascus 20 gauge was off-face and sent to be "fixed", I...
THAT IS STANDARD PROCEDURE FOR MY FAMILY WEATHERBY O/Us WITH SINGLE TRIGGERS. Those are our guns for ladies and kids.
My Parker double guns...
Ask Zoli or the seller?
Good offer with a top outfitter.
Woodleigh Weldcore .411 400 grain bullet at 2076 fps shot through guts, heart and out between front legs!
"Naivete in Africa is not advantageous to one's health."
true, AND SADLY ALSO TRUE IN MANY PARTS OF THE WORLD,
INCLUDING THE SO-CALLED CIVILIZED...
".308s love 168s"
So true for my .308! They work for everything from coyotes to elk.
So well, that I stopped reloading for it 30 years ago and...
Fairly new to double rifles myself, but I do understand your impressions of different guns and barrel lengths.
For example, German doubles versus...
I do not know as this was done before I bought the gun.
I suspect that any competent, experienced maker of double guns could do the work. I know...
The rear rib was milled for Talley QD rings before installation. Here is a picture that shows all:
At mid rib are the front ring millings...
Take the 45-70 hunting and leave the bolt actions home.
Not much the old round will not kill. I have a couple of them and the .45-90.
This Talley peep line of sight is through the wide V of the rear blade of the express sight! Imagine my smile when the first shot with peep...
Your new 30-40 looks like a clean rifle.
How does it shoot?
Get one of these, the design and weight will tame the 400 grain recoil so that it is pleasant to shoot off the bench rest:
In rest with...
Welcome aboard. I agree and the .405 WCF is my favorite big bore cartridge.
I shoot a Miroku 1895 .405 and a Simson Suhl double rifle in .405 and...
Thanks- glad you like it.
Now the Simson is all dolled-up and I have the P Beretta Trade Label, it is time to locate an appropriate case...
Glad you like.
Now that the Simson is all dolled- up and I have the Beretta Trade Label, it is time to do the same for the Beretta .45-70...
Nice hog and a great way to christen your new rifle.
Feral hogs were the first game taken with both my double rifles and it was FUN!
Lunch meeting and bird hunt went well.
After thorough discussion, attorney says that since the label was in public domain for years and...
I may have misspoken when explaining the source of the Trades Label graphic; it is my understanding that this was originally used by...
Back at you! Welcome.
Thanks for the flowers and the watermark suggestion. I will run this by my graphics expert (wife) and get an opinion.
Thanks for the compliment on the rifle, case, and all.
The .405 caliber and the showy wood are what first attracted me to the rifle and complete...
Check my new post with Simson Trade label.
The subject label was created from old Simson documentation and it shows the entire plant/Fabrik site, early site, and the three pyramid emblem....
IdaRam. here is some Simson history for your reading pleasure.
You definitely have a winner. My Simson .405 DR is also a shooter:
I have been researching Gun Trade Labels for my Simson take down case...
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