The 3 Hunting Rifle Battery Thread

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by No_Regerts, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. orygun

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    Avoid the temptation and save yourself the frustration. I've heard a lot of good things about the Tikka rifles. What I've heard and know about the Kimbers is that they are pretty....
     
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  2. Certaindeaf

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    A Browning Hi-Power. If you load it right it's a magnum killer and it's right on your hip so hey. meat is meat
     
  3. MasterChief1

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    Rugger 10/22 (internally suppressed bbl, trigger-job, optic)
    Remington 700 in .30-06
    Sako in .338
     
  4. SKrueger

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    Dude do you get tired of buying Mic's? You could just keep your mouth shut and spend that money on ammo! :D
     
  5. dangerranger60

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    I'd probably stick with the three rifles I shoot the most!
    Marlin 25. Ive had this one since 1980. It is a squirrel shooting machine!
    Id also need a .22 centerfire. It would be hard to decide between 22 Hornet and 223. But 223 would probably get the nod because it would be easier to find ammo if I ran out.
    And my 6.5x55 mauser. since I had shoulder surgery 10 years back This has become my deer rifle. It shoots flat and doesn't hurt my shoulder.

    Two others that Id have a hard time giving up are My 30-30 Win. I got it the first year they came out with Angle eject. And my Marlin in 45 Colt. I like it because I can load it down with 160 Gr bullets till it recoils like a 22 Mag. or with 325 grain bullets up to the lower end 45-70 loads [ Trapdoor Loads]. DR
     
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