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I could hunt the rest of my days with my Remington 514 single shot 22, H&R Topper 58 12 gauge, H&R Buffalo Classic Carbine 45 Colt and kill all the game that my wife and I can eat.

Deacon, I love the TCRs but just never bit the bullet and bought one. However they are one of those guns that give me warm fuzzies when I shoulder them.
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me too

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ME TOO ! I have many and like all of the antique designs the most.

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Martini Cadet with 10X Unertl. Chambered fit the .310 Cadet
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more than very nice
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Martini Cadet with 10X Unertl. Chambered fit the .310 Cadet
I had a Martini back in the 70's. it sat on the shelf at Roses gun shop for almost a year. I told Keith Rose that I would buy it if he would could set it up to shoot 38 Special ammo. He did and I shot some small game with it for several years. Then we started having children, bought a house and life got real.

One of my many regrets was parting ways with that gun!
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Well, we may not always agree on politics, religion, etc, but at least we agree on weapons of choice.

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Count me in as a single shot lover. Got a few in different brands and calibers and even converted a Savage MK II FV into a single shot.
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Me To I am prown to the TCR just because to me they are a fine looking single shot and not everyone has them more like a fine English Stalking rifle I have had a number of number ones they are nice. This is my 83 mag frame with a SSK 45-70 barrel and a Bushnell Trophy Hunter 3x9x40


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That's a fine looking rifle. Wish I would have purchased one when they first came out. I bought a Ruger No. 1a instead.

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You guys are killing me with all these fine rifles... Guess I have to work a little harder so I can buy some more...
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