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  • #31
    Originally posted by CD2 View Post
    Nice rigs!

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    • #32
      Originally posted by CD2 View Post
      Ive had three 35 rem TC but have never shot a deer w them in pistol form. Never saw one big enough ( old super 14, newer super 14 and a super 16...the latter in rifle form ).

      Burris Fast fire is Philippines made and I think rhe Leupold is made here ( Delta Point ).

      Am going shed hunting in a bit ( yes its late ) wrong direction from Cabelas. So no window shopping today.
      What is the finished caliber when you cut down a .35rem ?

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      • #33
        Ohio is .350Marlin 1894M and New Your probably .300Weatherby with 6.5Sweed back up rifle. IMG_1426.JPG 300 weatherby 010.jpg 6.5X55_tsrget__11_23_14_004.JPG

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        • #34
          Indiana allowed HP rifle a few yrs back. Private land only. Previous to that rifles were PCR, and our spec had a 1.8" max case length. So a .35 rem could be trimmed to meet the spec. Was popular.

          No straight wall mandate.

          So.....we can run .35 rem in factory form now, in a rifle....on private land. Public has to be trimmed to meet PCR spec.

          In handgun factory length is legal, public or private.

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          • #35
            Rifle and handgun, means i run reg ammo and just change rigs depending if on public or private land.
            no prob w trimmed cases and going rifle, did that first 2 yrs. Now w HP rifle for private i dont have to, and aint gonna LOL
            Have a dozen boxes of Hornady Leverevolution.
            Ill be dead way before i kill that many deer.

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            • #36
              I'll be back in a lease but will continue to hunt public land on occasion. Archery will be with a PSE crossbow. For gun when sitting in a blind, I'll alternate between the Remington 788 in .308 Win and the Ruger American in 6.5 CM. When sneaking along in thicker undergrowth, it will be the Remington 7400 in .30-06.

              2020_11_28.jpg

              Sow and 6.5 Creedmoor.jpg

              2015_01_19 Oakmulgee Sow 8x10r.jpg

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              • #37
                Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
                I'll be back in a lease but will continue to hunt public land on occasion. Archery will be with a PSE crossbow. For gun when sitting in a blind, I'll alternate between the Remington 788 in .308 Win and the Ruger American in 6.5 CM. When sneaking along in thicker undergrowth, it will be the Remington 7400 in .30-06.

                2020_11_28.jpg

                Sow and 6.5 Creedmoor.jpg

                2015_01_19 Oakmulgee Sow 8x10r.jpg
                You really like those "piggy pops", don't you?

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post

                  You really like those "piggy pops", don't you?
                  For sure! Makes for good photos..

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post

                    For sure! Makes for good photos..
                    😀.........

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                    • #40
                      Best thing to ever happen to a pig. Shoot em all.
                      I dislike domestic swine as well.
                      Kill all of them too....and grill me some chops !

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                      • #41
                        Cool!
                        Lots of dead piggy's

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