Oh, and by the way, you are my new hero!
You go to Zim for Buff and Hippo, back a few weeks and buy a Brockman customized Lott...and you are going for PG in RSA next May.
I need to take a few lessons from you!
I'm sure that will do it. You know now we are going to need pictures of the elk and the 30 06 AND you shooting the Lott..... well you may as well make that video of you shooting the Lott!
Good luck on the elk hunt my friend!
I feel sooooo sorry for you!
I am going to use you as an example of why Kathy should never again feel like I spend too much time thinking about hunting or spending too much money on guns!
Still wondering if anyone knows about Brockman. The fact this rifle has been for sale for so long concerns me a little, but I keep going back and looking at it....
100% agree with ya! Always at least two! Lolre: the Brockman rant...two sides (at least) to every story!
Royal, those boolits look awfully big! They are definitely going to push back at you!
Reminds me of when I used to shoot 500gr Hornady at 1,800 fps from a 7.25 pound Ruger No. 1!!! Uffffffaaaaa
It is a step up for sure! I seem to like being pushed around though, so this should be perfect! LOL
It is funny that three years ago I thought a .375 H&H was a big hard hitter.
Yeah, it's all about learning how to cheat.
Sitting up straight with the rifle butt fully on your shoulder to spread the recoil...maybe adding ballast in the form of a half dozen cartridges in one of those elastic shell holder on the butt thingys....maybe a half inch thick piece of closed-cell sleeping pad on your shoulder.
I hear about guys doing stuff like that. Not that I would ever do such things.