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If a hunter new to the sport has questions about the right rifle or shotgun to purchase would you recommend asking the users of the forum for advice.

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    I would recommend a new person to ask away here but to also use other sources to make firearm decisions.

    For example, I was just looking at YouTube to get info about the .17wsm
    But for now I'm going to stick with the .22 mag and .300 BLK for pigs

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  • PigHunter
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    I would recommend a new person to ask away here but to also use other sources to make firearm decisions.

    For example, I was just looking at YouTube to get info about the .17wsm

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by Happy Myles View Post
    Why not? You may heed or discard the advice. We should all be courteous in our responses.
    Happy Miles, you are always courteous in your responses and I hold you as a great example to follow.

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by Pathfinder1 View Post
    Hi...


    By all means, ask away...You may get myriad different answers...However, there is a lot of info to be gleaned from same...!!


    After digesting those answers, you just might be well enough informed to make your choice(s)...!!
    Information is power when making choices, that's for sure!

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by jcarlin View Post
    Without a doubt. I come here largely to sponge knowledge of the rest of your hard work.
    JCarlin, I'm like you and sponging. Have learned a lot here and at F&S

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by pineywoods View Post
    Sure. Ask away. There are many years of experience represented on this forum. Me, I've gone from trying to knock deer flat with a 7mm Rem. Mag. to enjoying shooting a 7mm-08 in a Ruger compact rifle. Took me a while to figure out that there is only one degree of dead for deer and that it can be accomplished without pain for the shooter. Sorry, I sort of rambled there, but that's how info gets passed---just talking about it.
    Good point Country Road! You've written about that 7mm-08 a lot and always have good advice.

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
    Lots of help is available here to help a new hunter start out right. All they have to do is ask, there are no dumb questions here.
    Well Jimbo, that first part is correct. But I've seen a few dumb questions on F&S before, lol!

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by 4everAutumn View Post
    Absolutely! There are a wide range of opinions on this forum based on years of experience and knowledge. People live in different areas so I would say they would have an appropriate suggestion for just about any scenario. I would trust these guys more than I would trust a blind review from sources I have never read before.
    You make a good point and I've seen it in action over at F&S too.

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  • Happy Myles
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    Why not? You may heed or discard the advice. We should all be courteous in our responses.

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  • Pathfinder1
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    Hi...


    By all means, ask away...You may get myriad different answers...However, there is a lot of info to be gleaned from same...!!


    After digesting those answers, you just might be well enough informed to make your choice(s)...!!

    Leave a comment:


  • jcarlin
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    Without a doubt. I come here largely to sponge knowledge of the rest of your hard work.

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  • pineywoods
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    Sure. Ask away. There are many years of experience represented on this forum. Me, I've gone from trying to knock deer flat with a 7mm Rem. Mag. to enjoying shooting a 7mm-08 in a Ruger compact rifle. Took me a while to figure out that there is only one degree of dead for deer and that it can be accomplished without pain for the shooter. Sorry, I sort of rambled there, but that's how info gets passed---just talking about it.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Lots of help is available here to help a new hunter start out right. All they have to do is ask, there are no dumb questions here.

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  • huntfishtrap
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    Definitely. I am probably one of the youngest and least experienced of the regulars users here, but even I would probably know some things a new hunter wouldn't.

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  • 4everAutumn
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    Absolutely! There are a wide range of opinions on this forum based on years of experience and knowledge. People live in different areas so I would say they would have an appropriate suggestion for just about any scenario. I would trust these guys more than I would trust a blind review from sources I have never read before.

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