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Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-07-2009 at 11:19 PM
It's not easier to aim, it's easier to practiceI'll agree with you there, and it's cheaper as
well. But a .22lr is even easier on the shoulder and cheaper. Why not suggest that? They rent
rifles at th...
Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-07-2009 at 03:28 PM
I'm with Jack - Where does the skill of the shooter play into the equation?! Having the
biggest, baddest shoulder cannon, with the biggest, baddest recoil pad and muzzle break to ease
the pain of shoo...
Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-05-2009 at 07:48 PM
Okay, the absolute minimum I go hunting bear with is a 30-06. If you think less than that is
okay, then we're coming from two different planets. A newbie aims and takes a shot. He's
probably not going...
Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-05-2009 at 02:15 PM
So again back your reccomendation up with facts not dribble. Lets hear it.Check halfway
down:Pennsylvania Game Commission - State Wildlife Management Agency: Release #136-05A
Cumberland County man was...
Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-05-2009 at 01:22 PM
The OP requested "I'm looking for an affordable rifle...".Use your head son and and read the
posts so you can help this guy.Why would you recommend a cannon like the 375 H&H Mag to hunt
hog??? the O...
Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-04-2009 at 07:58 PM
I seriously doubt 2 things: 1-that the original poster needs a .375 H&H, or even was thinking
about a rifle that big, and 2-that .375s don't kick. I've shot them and compared to popular
Posted in thread: Big game rifle for "newbie"..... on 09-04-2009 at 07:11 PM
This is the one I have. Love the gun. It doesn't beat the hell out of your shoulder like a .458
does, and will drop anything but an elephant.
Posted in thread: Taurus Taurus Taurus on 09-04-2009 at 07:07 PM
Damn, I joined the board to ask what people knew about the Taurus. I've been looking at getting
my first 9mm and the Taurus price was right, but I think I'll stick to a CZ, Beretta, or
Posted in thread: AR15 and 7.62x54 on 09-04-2009 at 07:01 PM
These guys make a good one:REPR - Rapid Engagement Precision RifleSo does Springfield and
anyone else that makes a .308. Keep in mind that the .308 can shoot a 7.62 NATO round (A 7.62
shouldn't be sho...