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slim didnt shoot that he got it off of barnes web page. that guys younger and better looking than slim!!
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i guess if they only make a .50 caliber hole in a deer i could live with that,  i dont have any horses or atv's or guides i pay, but i only work 9-10 months a year not counting deer season, so money is tight at times, so i cant justify me spending 100 after sales tax on 150 bullets when i can buy 600 bullets for that same price, and im not arguing that one bullet is better than another, and i know that the price of copper is crazy right now, but i cant see spending that kind of money on just bullets, i could buy 300 bullets and 3 pounds of powder for $100. if i am feeling really rich some time i will spend the $100 and buy a box of 50 for all three of my favorite deer rifles and try them out.
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

what kind of speed level are you guys seeing the best accuracy at?

 

3175 on a 7MM 160gr nolsler NP.and 3140 on a 160gr Nosler Accu.

2540 on a 375 300gr Nosler Accu and 2700 on a 260gr Nosler NP.

 

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.375 thats a cannon my friend!
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i've been reading the bullet reviews on reloadersnest.com and so far they have had positive review on the accubond's i didnt see any negative feedback from anybody, so i think i will be three boxes for my three deer rifles and try them out.

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The .375 H&H in a well executed action and stock is one of the smoothest hard hitting calibers for big game and dangerous game IMO. Next on my list is a .416 for dangerous game and I am done with hunting rifles, I am not into .50's or above.



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416 what? remington, rigby
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A rigby with a Mauser action, no scope, It will be something like this but with 3 tier rear sights and a hood on the front sight and a harder less fancy wood.

 

 

 



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the .416 is an animal, i know a guy who has one in a t/c encore,he uses it to shoot white tail deer, he has yet to have on get away, but the bruise on his shoulder has yet to go away too!!
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My cousin has a Dakota in .416 that he says he will lend me when I go to africa, but I would much prefer and feel confident with my own rifle.

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if its a dakota m10 i dont blame you there you only get one shot.
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

the .416 is an animal, i know a guy who has one in a t/c encore,he uses it to shoot white tail deer, he has yet to have on get away, but the bruise on his shoulder has yet to go away too!!

 

.416 for whitetail.

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thats what i said to him but he just laughed and said why not?? i cant argue with a guy who wants to do stupid stuff like that.
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i also heard about but cannot confirm it but i heard rumor there was another guy around that carried a 465.500 nitro for whitetail thats worse yet
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Unbelievable,oh well each to thier own.
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i guess i can compare that too the people who live around here that own snowmobiles, lately we havent had stellar winters for snowmobiles and so sometimes when we get a few inches even if there is still a lot of bare ground showing they get that itch to use there toys, i guess thats somewhat understandable, but yet not exactly preferable,
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People do the starangest things sometimes like spend $700 for a rifle and $40 for a scope.

Buy a Swarovski and use Weaver mounts. etc.................

 

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its funny that it usually works out that way too, i cant think of a single instance in my life where i have seen a really really nice rifle with a cheapo bushnell banner or tasco scope on it.
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I have seen some of the stangest things before with set-ups. I ounce saw a poor guy at the range with X-High see through mounts on a standard factory 10/22 and a 8-32x40 BSA and wonder why he could not get on paper.
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