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Proof the creedmoor guys are clueless, remember a few years ago hornady released the new 7.6 creedmoor on April first. Them guys were ranting and raving saying it will be the next good flat shooting round. To this day I've never seen so many deleted post.
 

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I used a 243 for my last Stego hunt. (Don’t worry CEH, it was a de-spiked male well past breeding age ranch hunt ). I considered the venerable Manbun, but I was told that it was a stopper cartridge and thus not necessary. I was glad to save my shoulder, and reduce rifle weight for hiking in those hellish Ozzie Alps. I even got to take a very large drop bear at an adjoining property.
 

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@CoElkHunter -
I used a 243 for my last Stego hunt. (Don’t worry CEH, it was a de-spiked male well past breeding age ranch hunt ). I considered the venerable Manbun, but I was told that it was a stopper cartridge and thus not necessary. I was glad to save my shoulder, and reduce rifle weight for hiking in those hellish Ozzie Alps. I even got to take a very large drop bear at an adjoining property.
Well, I hope you used Woodleigh Hydros or Cutting Edge Bullet Raptors to take the beast! A .35 Whelen with a 250gr bullet at 3500fps would have been preferred, but too late now!
 

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I'm happy to hear he wasn't hunting a stegosaurus. They're much rarer and only found in the Australian Alps.
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No they aren't in the Alps smymore mate. Us indigenous black fellas killed em off about 100 year ago.
The old people reckon they were shit eating to tough.
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@CoElkHunter -
I used a 243 for my last Stego hunt. (Don’t worry CEH, it was a de-spiked male well past breeding age ranch hunt ). I considered the venerable Manbun, but I was told that it was a stopper cartridge and thus not necessary. I was glad to save my shoulder, and reduce rifle weight for hiking in those hellish Ozzie Alps. I even got to take a very large drop bear at an adjoining property.
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Mate it must have been a long time ago in the early 1900s as they were no longer in the wild then.
Me thinks y'all is jivein my soxs off you ain't that old.
If'n it was a farmed one it would have been dehorned and the last one in existence and be bloody old to go with it.
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Well, I hope you used Woodleigh Hydros or Cutting Edge Bullet Raptors to take the beast! A .35 Whelen with a 250gr bullet at 3500fps would have been preferred, but too late now!
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Have you been sniffin the glue pot again maaate. Every one knows the Whelen with 250s is only good for 2,700fps
You may have been thinking of you beloved 338 loaded with 165gn ttsx and a healthy load of bullshit.
Bob
 

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Mate it must have been a long time ago in the early 1900s as they were no longer in the wild then.
Me thinks y'all is jivein my soxs off you ain't that old.
If'n it was a farmed one it would have been dehorned and the last one in existence and be bloody old to go with it.
Bob
OFFS, that was funny. Thank you.
 

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Have you been sniffin the glue pot again maaate. Every one knows the Whelen with 250s is only good for 2,700fps
You may have been thinking of you beloved 338 loaded with 165gn ttsx and a healthy load of bullshit.
Bob
He lives in Colorado, it’s all the whacky weed fumes from his neighbors.
 

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To my amazement the flat earth people reemerged after a few hundred years of proving it is a sphere. One killed himself with a steam rocket trying to get high enough long enough to photograph the earth when it turned sideways. It seems his parachute failed and he splatted on the round side of the earth. Good thing it wasn't turned flat edge or he would have flew past the earth and out into never ending space.
 

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To my amazement the flat earth people reemerged after a few hundred years of proving it is a sphere. One killed himself with a steam rocket trying to get high enough long enough to photograph the earth when it turned sideways. It seems his parachute failed and he splatted on the round side of the earth. Good thing it wasn't turned flat edge or he would have flew past the earth and out into never ending space.
This adventure occurred in Australia didn't it? I believe I read this somewhere and Townsend Nelson @Bob Nelson 35Whelen was the pilot of the steam rocket. But, he survived alive and well and continues to torture us on AH, even though his camouflaged tutu was torn a little bit from his re entry from space. The bottle of Bundy and jar of Vegemite in his daypack saved him from total annihilation. The alcohol reduced his need for oxygen as he hurtled from space and the vegemite greased the rocket to protect it from burning up upon re entry.
YOU GUYS ARE KILLING ME WITH THIS STUFF! HA! HA! HA!
 

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I'm happy to hear he wasn't hunting a stegosaurus. They're much rarer and only found in the Australian Alps.
A greater challenge. Hard to make brain shots when the brain is walnut sized. ;)
 

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