@bruce mouldsthe x 64 will do anything the x62 and the whelen will do and then some.
if you have a x 64 and want to try the other two, just load the x 64 back and/or use lighter bullets.
how versatile is that?
@ rookhawkHere’s my 9.3x64 Brenneke. It was made for Brenneke by ESHA in Germany about 100 years ago. It went to Africa, then England. Plenty of charm and small stock dings, but the bohler Antonit barrel is still exceptional. Love the plum brown barrel and the shoulders on the stock.
it has a side safety for stalking and an intercepting safety on the bolt shroud. just was putting a bit of fresh stock oil on it as it was hot and dry last week.
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That is a beautiful rifle rookhawk , great that you know some of its history .
Hi Clodo .Hi Paul,
Nice rifle! A friend of mine down here have an almost identical W. Brenneke FN action rifle. He has not used for hunting, yet.
The target is impressive!
I have a question: how many rounds can be loaded in the magazine? I have the same question for rookhawk and his rifle.