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Old 08-25-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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Default EAA's .45-70 Baikal double rifle

I own a Baikal double rifle in .30-06, but there is no doubt that big bores are more fun to shoot.

I got lucky this year when Rifle Firepower magazine asked me to write an article on EAA's .45-70 version of the Baikal side by side. After finishing the article I the test and evaluation gun long enough to do a short video.

I'm not going to tell you that this is the most practical rifle to buy, but it sure is fun to shoot! If you can watch the video without wanting to try one of these guns, I'll be surprised.

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Shut up and take my money!!

How much does it cost?

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I'm not sure...around $1000 I'd guess.

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I'm not sure...around $1000 I'd guess.
Yeah, I just looked it up. I believe it's $1080 something. Just under 1100.

I'm totally getting one. Time to start saving.
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Yeah, I just looked it up. I believe it's $1080 something. Just under 1100.

I'm totally getting one. Time to start saving.
Probably would qualify as a primitive firearm in Louisiana for deer hunting.
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