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Old 10-14-2012, 02:12 AM   #41
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That close you should have stabed him with a knife. Lol
That's why you never hunt without your bayonet.
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That's why you never hunt without your bayonet.
This is why people hunt with Mosin Nagants, shoot em close finish em off with the bayonet and the muzzle blast pre cooks the shoulder for ya lol.
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I couldn't be more ready! Gonna hunt in N. Minnesota, where the bucks and does are very large indeed.

Remington 700 30/06, sighted in and ready to go. The county where we are hunting has over 1100 lakes, with lots of crops and woods scattered between them, great area for all types of outdoor fun. Hope to have trophy pics to post when we get back

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This is why people hunt with Mosin Nagants, shoot em close finish em off with the bayonet and the muzzle blast pre cooks the shoulder for ya lol.
Just got to sporterizing my mosin 91/30. I modified the trigger and the stock and it has made a world of difference
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My dear season goes something like this: "Dear, now that the weather has cooled off, could you.............

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Just got to sporterizing my mosin 91/30. I modified the trigger and the stock and it has made a world of difference
I have a nice long list of improvements to make to my Mosin after deer season and over the winter. Combined with trying to hand load some hunting ammo for it we will see if its 'worthy' for next year's season. Not doing anything crazy or 'bubbafied' just some trigger smoothing and barrel corking mostly.
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Bubbafied?

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Bubbafied?
Lol! It's a term generally used by 'traditionalists' who prefer not to modify their historic rifles in any kind of permanent manner. It means making any major changes, adding a modern scope, stock, or chopping off part of the barrel, any number of "red neck" DIY modifications that may be done lol.
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Well I bubbafied the stock

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I cut it down and rounded it to 34 1/4 inches. Removed top piece and installed a recoil pad. Got an aim err scope on it and filed the trigger box and sear some to smooth the action

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