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Old 11-22-2012, 02:42 AM   #11
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I have a new Winchester 1895 in 06, action very smooth and tight, worth it IMO.
The other one is my Ruger Gunsight Scout.
How do you like that ruger?

I love mine, it just costs a lot to shoot.
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How do you like that ruger?

I love mine, it just costs a lot to shoot.
Love the feel, I just got it tho, haven't fired it yet.
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How do you like that ruger?

I love mine, it just costs a lot to shoot.
I wanted LH Ruger bolt and this one appeared at a small gun shop, loved the look and feel, haven't fired it yet tho. I don't think .308 is that expensive, cheaper still if you load.
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I wanted LH Ruger bolt and this one appeared at a small gun shop, loved the look and feel, haven't fired it yet tho. I don't think .308 is that expensive, cheaper still if you load.
Yeah I plan on reloading for it eventually, the cheapest I can get where I live is about a dollar a pop, but most of it is around 24 bucks a box. For some reason the FMJ usually runs higher than the hunting rounds, or you just cant find it.
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If you do get a Rossi, there is a gunsmith named Steve Young in Texas who does wonders with them.

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