Discussion in '.375 & Up' started by cem rona ergin, Sep 30, 2019.
600 NE is for sissies ))))
The rifle itself is in pristine condition too )
This shop always has very unique second hand big bore rifles .. every time I am in Moscow I stop by to see what is available..
I am still harvesting.. I will be one in 15- 20 days if the weather permits.. and i will relay your hello to my wife uncle Odin
I have a Swarovski Z8i on my 460 weatherby.. I do not have any problems yet .. but I only shot about 40 bullets with it ..
Sorry about the typo not ONE but DONE ..
I’ve gotten a lot of similar deals on .454.
This doesn't look too bad, but it doesn't say what grain bullet or velocity it was loaded to.
The late Bill Quimby, had mentioned that he shot a .460 Weatherby once. Said he never wanted to shoot it again.
Did you buy it?
No .. I did not ..
What was the asking price? They were $4500 in the early 90's if you could find one.
They were asking 20 000 dollars for it .. but keep in mind this is in Russia .. lots of import taxes if you were to import a new one ..
I carried a 460 Weatherby for a month moose hunting in one of the largest concentrations of brown bears in the world. Saw at least two dozen and was lights out on the moose. Not even a twitch.
Cem, your 460 Weatherby has enough "horsepower" to drop anything you might choose to hunt. Walking away from that Hyem Express 600 was a smart move.
Talking about moose hunting .. I am just leaving the house for a driven hunt ) we saw a big one in the woods last week ...
Let us know how the hunt goes.
Which rifle are you taking, or is it obviously the 460WBY?
A .600 in a bolt rifle.nope….but in a double...with 26" barrels and regulated for the 900-110 load..oh yes..
Good luck on your Moose hunt. Where and with whom will you be hunting?
I am hunting right next to my fields.. with my friends...
Separate names with a comma.