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Everything posted by KahrMan

  1. If you are going to hunt with it go with a .45-70. If it is mainly for plinking and action shooting then a .357 or .44 is hard to beat. I love my Marlin 336 in .44mag.
  2. I really like the scout scope set up. Took me a little To get used to it but once I did it is fast acquisition. The scope on mine is a fixed 2 power.
  3. I like it. The only thing I would change is to make the scope a low power on a scout scope mount. I have a 16" lever gun in .45-70 and it is my favorite woods gun. The short barrel really makes for an easy carrying, quick shouldering and fast follow up shots if needed.
  4. I wondered how long it would take you to see this.
  5. I thought it was funny. Didn’t mean for you to delete it.
  6. Same here. Fire ants do that to me but usually last a little longer than 2 days.
  7. Why .350 Legend? Just want one or is the reason specific to hunting in IN?
  8. If it is going to be an all around hunting rig then you are probably best to stay with .308. Probably a lot more options when it comes to building a .308 AR verse any of those other calibers. For the hunter the .308 is probably the easiest of the listed calibers to find and it is extremely versatile depending if you are using light or heavy bullets.
  9. That sounds pretty good. I am going to have to try that n
  10. I just picked up A 5.5” barrel or I would be all over this.
  11. I got out for a couple of hours but did not see any birds flying.
  12. Don't know if Fuji is joking or not but there are a couple of asian groceries in Nashville that are awesome. Whenever I am preparing a big meal I always go to K&S World Market before any other grocery stores.
  13. Because people are not worried about the parent getting into a drunken confrontation with someone and using their child to kill the other person.


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