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    I rather expected at least a mention of the...

    I rather expected at least a mention of the Ironsides shield in the drop tests. If it happened, I missed it.
  2. WTS: JMCK Wing Claw 2.0 Glock 48, SCD, Shield Arms Mag release

    For sale. JMCK Wing Claw 2.0 for Glock 48. With 1.5" DCC clips, right hand. (SPF)
    Edit: I can swap the RCS wing claw out for a DSG Darkwing if preferred. Holster will be disassembled for shipping. ...
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    That is one sweet rifle!!

    That is one sweet rifle!!
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    Well, I saw this a little too late. But... if the...

    Well, I saw this a little too late. But... if the Bicentennial M77 uses the same style ring mounts as the M77 MK2, and if your other solution does not pan out, then I could send you these Ruger to...
  5. Very nice! That thing is going to be loads of fun.

    Very nice! That thing is going to be loads of fun.
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    This has worked for me in the past as well.

    This has worked for me in the past as well.
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    69146 Called this one in to 68 yards.

    69146

    Called this one in to 68 yards.
  8. In regards to twist rates. JBM ballistics has...

    In regards to twist rates. JBM ballistics has several free ballistics calculators on their site. One of which is a stability calculator that uses the Miller Stability Factor formula. They also have a...
  9. I am very pleased with both of my Bergaras. I...

    I am very pleased with both of my Bergaras. I wish they made a .223 in a B14 action. If they made a B14 HMR in .223 I would definitely have one. Maybe one day I will pony up for a Premier.
  10. There are a lot of good quality match-grade...

    There are a lot of good quality match-grade bullets in the 52-55 grain range. Maybe not the end of the world to go with Remington if you like the rifle better. I would tend to err on the side of...
  11. I would get the M70 based on the twist alone. If...

    I would get the M70 based on the twist alone. If you handload, I would start with 69 grain Sierra Matchkings.

    Good job catching the slow twist in the Remington.
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    All the cool shit looks to be set to happen up...

    All the cool shit looks to be set to happen up your way. Darn. I love a good winter storm.

    I haven't been snowed in since October 1997. Well overdue.
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    I feel it is an improvement over standard...

    I feel it is an improvement over standard synthetics when cold. It's not quite as noticeable of a difference as the Hogue over-molded stocks, but pretty close. In October 2019 I was on top of a mesa...
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    6.5mm = .264" in cartridge speak.

    6.5mm = .264" in cartridge speak.
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    My opinion. (again and again...) The .300 WM...

    My opinion. (again and again...)

    The .300 WM is a one-and-done gun for hunting whatever you want to. For deer and antelope-sized game, you have to choose your bullets and shot placement carefully...
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    Not to spark a fight, but in the elk hunting...

    Not to spark a fight, but in the elk hunting circles around here, we call the .308 a potato cannon. Lol.
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    Very much this. Great post from a guy that is...

    Very much this. Great post from a guy that is clearly speaking from experience.

    In my opinion, if you are going to hunt elk, get the .300 WM. If not, the 6.5 Creedmoor will do everything you need...
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    I see your point. As a handloader I had not...

    I see your point. As a handloader I had not considered it from that perspective. Thank you.
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    The .30-06 is 100-200 FPS faster than a .308...

    The .30-06 is 100-200 FPS faster than a .308 Winchester in the heavier bullet weights. That matters at longer ranges.
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    The Ridge and the Hunter are in the 7.1 to 7.9...

    The Ridge and the Hunter are in the 7.1 to 7.9 range. That is about where you wanted to be to mitigate recoil, isn't it? Mine are cerakoted, not blued.

    Side note. Stainless rifles are great, but...
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    In regards to mounts, here are a couple of pics...

    In regards to mounts, here are a couple of pics of Talleys. I guess I am not totally sure that there are not pic rail combos out there that would get it just as low. I personally hate having a...
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    Zero experience with Sauer. Always wanted an SSG,...

    Zero experience with Sauer. Always wanted an SSG, but never got around to it.

    I currently own, (including the wife and kids), Howa, Ruger, Browning, Savage, Remington and Bergara. I prefer the...
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    I use Talley lightweights on my hunting rifles....

    I use Talley lightweights on my hunting rifles. Keeps the scope lower than pic rail mounts and I have yet to have a scope move in them. I have also not had a set where they were not aligned when...
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    Great post indeed. I agree on nearly all counts. ...

    Great post indeed. I agree on nearly all counts.

    My daughter's 6.5 Creedmoor is a Howa and that thing is a copper mine. As is every Savage my wife and I have ever owned, eight in total. The Howa...
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    For a hunting scope, A Leupold VX-3i or VX-3HD ...

    For a hunting scope, A Leupold VX-3i or VX-3HD in 3.5-10x40 can be had for under $500 and would treat you well.
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