My beloved Win 70 Safari Express in 375HH. Box stock except for a Decelerator pad. I put a Leupold 3-9 x 40 illuminated in Talley QDs. My go to lady out to 300 plus.
No, it's a Model 600 (built circa 1968-ish).Jack,
Is that rifle a 673 "Guide Gun"?
@Rob404For me its my Remington in 35 Whelen, Great looking Wood and very AccurateI bought it used from Cabela,s Bargain Basement and it was a kind of a Clunker the stock was banged up but the metal was in really nice shape. Minnesota winters last about 8 months so I thought it would make a nice winter project.After working the with the wood I wound up with a great looking rifle and after some load development an excellent shooter
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i know a mennonite welder in PA that has 2 of 'em. .350 and 6.5. He'll probably sell for the right price. One has a dark walnut stock but I believe based on the bolt
we need to consider re-writing the jingle, just for our cause...."Bang, Bang-Fizz, Fizz, Oh What a Relief it Is!" -Alka SeltzerAnd I was initially thinking Alka-Seltzer ................
But of all the firearms that I have owned, I still marvel (now that is a good word) the most at my William Evans 12 Bore Paradox. Have never owned anything else more amazing to shoot.
Love that model 1851! Have a "fizzer" or two from that era that I need to post as well.Two about equal I guess but they come from the opposite ends of the spectrum. One is an original 54 caliber M1841 "Mississippi" rifle that is as simple as they come but oh so accurate and effective!
And a Winchester Model 70 in 416 Rem Mag, DOM 2003. I simply cannot find any flaws in it as a serious, modern big game rifle.
M1841 54 cal- top rifle
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M70 416 Rem- bottom rifle
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