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Got blessed with one of the biggest deer I've ever killed this morning on public land in Scott County. Even got to break the Remington 450 Bushmaster in. Tagged out on bucks for this season,its been a great season on public land. And the freezer is full of meat.





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Thanks everyone. I'm pleased with him, think this one is going on the wall with the other few. Was going to do a euro mount but decided against it. He'll look good beside the big 8 that was killed in the same area 4 years ago.

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1 hour ago, Quavodus said:

What load are you using in the .450? I like the idea of a bolt in .450 Bushmaster. 

I'm using the 250gr Hornady Black, will clover leaf 3 shots at 100 yards. That 7 point dropped in his tracks with a nice entry and exit.

I used to have the CVA Scout V2 in 450 with the 23in Barrel and always had good results with that gun.

But seen this Remington with the 18in Heavy Barrel and had to have it. It's replaced alotta my other guns, its my go to for woods hunting or when I'm walking.

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