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    what is a good allaround rifle for a beginer hunter ?

  • #2
    Bo's right.
    Shotgun-870 Remington, Mossberg 500 - 20ga.
    Rifle-(single shot) H&R,T/C encore - .243,7mm/08
    Bolt- Browning,Winchester - .243,7mm-08
    Hope this helps.

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    • #3
      .22 rimfire, a pump 12 gauge and a 30/06 rifle and you will be covered for most north american game species

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      • #4
        Hard to beat a bolt action .243 Win, .260 Rem, 7mm-08, or .270 Win. Perhaps a Ruger 77 - relatively inexpensive, good quality, accuracy and nice looking walnut stock. I think a person's first centerfire and shotgun should either be handed down though the family or very nice quality guns to take pride in over a lifetime. Should be inclined to take excellent care of them right off the bat.

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        • #5
          The old Savage 24 which was an over and under combination gun was an excellent all round firearm. My cousins each owned a 410 over .22 Savage it was a highly versatile rifle. It seems to me that it has been offered in 20 guage with a 30-30 barrel as well.

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          • #6
            if you are looking for a high powered rifle, the best guns you can get would be either a .243, a .30-06, or a .30-30. these are all common cartridges that you can buy almost anywhere. the nice thing about the 30-06 is there are many different bullet sizes so you aren't limited to the smaller north american game, but can also step up and hunt something bigger. for a shotgun, either a 20 or a 12 gauge would be your best choice.

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            • #7
              7mm08

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