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|03-13-2020 11:03 PM|
A Dakota Mdl. 10 in 250 Savage.
|03-05-2020 10:37 AM|
I saw that rifle on Guns America yesterday while I was fishing around looking at single shot rifles. I would not mind a 1885 Winchester carbine mod. in say maybe a 32-40 that would be big enough to kill deer with.
I have a question I see on Mountain men that the lion hunter Rich uses a single shot, wonder what caliber it is, from the bullet pouch on the stock I would guess something between 243 and 30-06 it looks like a 1885 I know Winchester, Browning and Uberti makes them.
|03-04-2020 06:58 PM|
|northwoodneil||Shiloh Sharps 1894 in 45/120. But with the wood and german silver forearm cap I'd want on it I'd have to break out another $1000.|
|03-04-2020 06:43 PM|
|336ER||I'd want one of these.... In 7mag, 06, 0r 300mag....|
|03-04-2020 10:05 AM|
|Frank46||Heck with 3 grand. I'd call up CPA in Pennsylvania and have them build me one of their stunning rifles with 3 barrels. 32-20, 30-30, and either 32-40 or 22 rimfire. That ought to eat up the better portion of 6 grand easy. Not an offhand rifle but benchrest style. Every so often I go to their websight, pain in the butt to have to clean the drool off the keyboard. Frank|
|05-24-2019 10:11 PM|
An original...1873 45/70 Cavalry carbine ...with "7th Cav" stamped into the stock...
|05-24-2019 09:52 PM|
I think I'd buy a Contender rifle in 7mmTCU.
And a good Leupold scope.
|12-25-2018 07:51 PM|
|Argent11||And not that tilt crap rail for windage like the Italian rifles use.|
|12-25-2018 07:26 PM|
Originally Posted by lloyd smale View Post
|12-24-2018 03:11 PM|
Good points Terry.
Sounded to me as if the OP was thinking of a very classic hunting rifle, to be actually used in the field, to pass down to his heirs as future hunters.
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