280AI hunting rifle, The Blackwidow.
Smith & Wesson 629, Old Betsy.
Haven't really thought about naming anymore of them.
My first 6br had an 8 twist Hart barrel and shot the 75 Sierra very well. Seemed to do good damage on small critters, but never tested it on PD's.
As John Wayne would say, "if you're going to be stupid you better be tough!"
Like several others here, I have had excellents result from Benchmark and 75 - 80 grain bullets in both 8 and 12 twist barrels.
I’ll take it. PM sent.
Yes Sir, that's it! It's pretty amazing how they strung that bank along. I would have thought the bank would have seen some signs before this....
Believe me fellows, my wife and I hated to see Ellett close. She was one of their sales girls and lost her job to greed! You can go to the clerk...
I've got a set. These are new, got the go and no go. Brought from Brownells, they were made by Manson. These are new and have never been used....
Like you I have had excellent results shooting that 80 grain flat base from 8 twist, but in a standard 6br.
Yes primer swaps on the 650 are not my chore!
Oh, the old Hitler goes to the Super Shoot. Still laughing!
I once lived in south Georgia and learned to hate these digging pest. They are fun to shoot though! They are definitely moving north, I now live...
I've hunted with many rifles over the years, but I keep coming back to the 280 Ackley Improved. I like a 4 or 5 contour barrel. Bed the whole...
I'll take it. PM to follow.
The first two mentioned are in your neck of the woods.
I'll second the drive up the George and a visit to the lodge on Mt, Hood.
Sign me up for the program!
Well that sure didn't work as planned!
Nice shop! Did it make you a little nervous watching you machines hang off the end of that excavator?
Mine started with an Ithaca model 49. I would love to have a penny for every bullet that went down that barrel!
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