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Old 06-14-2014, 03:55 AM   #151
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Originally Posted by jpattersonnh View Post
This is a first, He admits he can't shoot worth a damb.
BTW, in 1990 SKS's were $125.00 , not $50.00. I took a few with my 1953 with cheap ammo. No second shot required.
BT Barnum said there is a sucker born every minute. I bought cases of SKS type 56 rifles so cheap I could sell them for $50 and make a decent profit.

So your experience with a couple deer is much more vast than a club of 35 men who killed well over 150 deer a season in drives. Hitting a running deer 8 of 10 shots is fair shooting where I come from. SKS rifles were never identified by the year they were made. They are identified by the type of SKS...Which is equal to the model of our guns.

It is clear you only motive is to bash someone when actually you are clueless.

By the way damb is spelled damn.

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Old 06-14-2014, 04:40 AM   #152
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Well .....Damb! :-D

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Originally Posted by JimRau View Post
Actually the exact opposite is true. For EVERY intended use/target there is a 'best' round (caliber/bullet) combination. But there are many rounds which are less than best which can still do an good job on the intended target.
I hate to repeat myself, but I think from the recent posts it is in order here.

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