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    Illinexit in T-Minus 43 RevolverRob's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Totem Polar View Post
    Thatís some tier-1 forum kung fu, right there.
    UGH, right? @OlongJohnson - youíre killiní me smalls...

    I want that gun.

    I have zero use for it.

    ZERO use for it.

    So why do I want it so bad?
    Seriously guys, are we not doing 'phrasing' anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverRob View Post
    UGH, right? @OlongJohnson - youíre killiní me smalls...

    I want that gun.

    I have zero use for it.

    ZERO use for it.

    So why do I want it so bad?
    Same reason Margo Robbie is so popular. Friggin gorgeous.
    Does anyone like pineapple on their pizza guns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malamute View Post
    Ive coveted that rifle (high wall) in 6mm or 25-06 as a gimp capable long range fun rifle.
    The single-shot action combined with the tapered octagon barrel makes for a short, light and easy to carry rifle. I tend to still hunt, but my hunting spot requires a decent climb. As such, I have learned to appreciate the light handy 1885.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBone550 View Post
    300 BLacKout
    oh, duh.

    Back when I had a Contender (little brother to the Encore), I played around with a wildcat called 7mmTCU. It was a 223 necked up to 7mm (sound familiar?). It was a neat little cartridge in a 10" single shot pistol. This was before 300BO was a thing.

    I wish I had jumped on the cheap 300BO Bergara barrels that were on the market for a while. They were threaded 16" barrels. Now that I have a can on the way "soon", I could really take advantage of the cartridge.

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totem Polar View Post
    Thatís some tier-1 forum kung fu, right there.
    Well, you can build a .300 BLK AR pistol with quality components and buy that RSI for the price of a Rattler, but some people would rather enable Ron Cohen's ongoing malfeasance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlongJohnson View Post
    I picked up the rifle when the PDW thread was booming, for optimal quietness with .300 BLK.

    https://www.tombstonetactical.com/cv...compact-300aac

    I really like it.
    What kind of real-world accuracy is that capable of with subs and supers?

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    Here's an H&R Survivor .223 with a buy it now of $250. Pretty reasonable price these days. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/872901958

    And a .30-06 BIN of $255. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/872952694

    There was also a .243 and a .30-30 for $300 which is more than I would like to pay but not out of line with today's market.
    Does anyone like pineapple on their pizza guns?

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    Nice.
    I own a 1970's Ruger No. 1T in 45-70. I support, appreciate, and look fondly at all single shot rifles. Cheap to not cheap.

    There's a zen quality to practicing and performing efficient reloads with a single shot rifle. It's as fun as reloading revolvers (DA & SA)
    Good thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBone550 View Post
    What kind of real-world accuracy is that capable of with subs and supers?
    I haven't shot it yet, but it reviews well. They are made by Bergara, which has a reputation for reasonably accurate rifles.
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    An old single shot military bolt action would also be kind of fun.
    This one would be kind of cool, and Gun Jesus would approve.
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