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post #201 of 208 (permalink) Old 04-18-2016, 11:29 AM
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My newish #1S in 9.3x62
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Gorgeous #1, 336ER. My #1H 450/400 NE 3" has similarly pretty timber.

My V.R.Enfield 1899 M.E. in 303 British. Sadly it needs a replacement bbl but whether that means a new one or a good second hand one (although they're rare as unicorn poo), it'll be worth it. A new bbl would allow me to make it more flexible and be hidden under the hand guard most of the time. But we'll see.


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post #204 of 208 (permalink) Old 05-15-2016, 10:36 PM
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My latest addition to the Ballard collection. First new Cody built Ballard I've ever owned! All my others are original 1800's Marlin Ballards. This one is a .22LR Schoyen style schuetzen rifle:






Ballard, the great American Rifles!
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This is my Franz Kettner stalking rifle. It's marked 6.5X52R and Hornady 25/35 brass & factory loads fit perfectly. I've tried a great variety of handloads with bullets of 75-115 grain and slightly over 1 moa is typical of 5 shot groups. All loads tried group close enough to the same point of aim at 100 yards as to be used interchangeably. It has double underlugs and double Kersten crossbolts which are so finely fitted up as to be invisible when closed. All screw heads are visible only by their slots, which are very fine. The double set triggers break at 3 pounds unset or 3 ounces set. I took this little Montana Whitetail at about 50 yards with the Hornady 100 grain Flextip loaded to about 2400 fps, it was very destructive.
For some unknown reason I couldn't get the deer pic to upload but You've seen dead deer before.
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The story of David & Goliath only demonstrates the superiority of ballistic projectiles over hand weapons, poor old Goliath never had a chance.

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A beautiful rifle you have there Coyotejoe, in a 6.5 no less. Guess I never posted mine. Winchester Highwall in .219 DW. 8X Unertl. Bought off a guy that needed money for a DUI and sold it to me for the best pawnshop offer he got. He claimed he inherited it from an uncle. The rifle has no markings. Sweet shooter for an old classic.

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Some beautiful gun art here we all envy owning. But for my simple tastes (and budget) this is my beauty

1-shot kill .308 Henry.
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An old, bargain basement, Savage M219 in 30-30. I put a Lyman All American 3X on top in millet rings. The color case receiver is still in good shape.
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