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Old 02-18-2008, 01:23 AM   #11
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X2 on the Remington 512 Sportmaster, bolt action with a tube feed. My grandfather gave it to me for Christmas in 1980. I was 10. I have shot more rounds than I can count through it and it is one amazing shooter. I was stationed in Alaska and had my dad ship it up to me in 91. I bragged to my wife about it's accuracy. She had heard that boast from many people about their guns over the years and figured my boast was the same. After shooting it, when the topic comes up she brags on it for me..



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Old 02-18-2008, 03:33 AM   #13
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You didn't state handgun or rifle, so I'll give you my most accurate of each.
Pistol: Late 70's production S&W model #41
Rifle: T/C Contender Carbine w/Thumbhole Stock and 21" Target Crowned Barrel.

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Old 02-24-2008, 09:55 PM   #14
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Anshutz with Leupold 4X on top shoots great. Also the old Ruger 10/22 is mighty good. Even my grandad's old Ruger MK I pistol still shoots very accurately. That Anshutz, tho, will take out a sparrow's eye at 40 yds. Once drove a nickle into a White Pine with it at 60 yds. As a matter of fact, that was the very first time I ever shot it. I didn't even shoot it a 2nd time for fear I would miss and be exposed. It did go home with me and the plugged nickle that night tho. Been my 16 yr old son's ever since.

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Remington M540XR w/35x scope, H&R M12 w/35x scope both capable of almost 1 cal. 5rd groups. Gotta use the right ammo tho not cheap.

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Marlin model 60 semi-auto. Could put 14 rounds inside an inch at 50 yards. Could shot the tacks off the paper targets using CCi 550 box ammo.

Bought a Beretta Neos semi pistol a few years ago. Put a 4 power simmons on it and can shoot P-dogs to a hundred yards with ease.



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