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    Mean while Obama banned the importation of guns made right here in the US from Korea. These were collector guns: M1 Garands and M1 Carbines. How many crimes are committed with these firearms? Sorry POS we have for POTUS!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Mean while Obama banned the importation of guns made right here in the US from Korea. These were collector guns: M1 Garands and M1 Carbines. How many crimes are committed with these firearms? Sorry POS we have for POTUS!!!
    its only for the fact that the 30.06 and the .308 is such a sweet round , but i would know , i sold mine years ago ( legally) to some guy named bob !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pm/pe122 View Post
    its only for the fact that the 30.06 and the .308 is such a sweet round , but i would know , i sold mine years ago ( legally) to some guy named bob !
    I'm with you. I sold mine to some guy named Bill.... Tangent:

    1979 I was living with my Big Mama (grandmother) and going to trade school. While meddling around in my Grandfather's shop (was a plumber passed away in '68) I found a WWII surplus case of .30 cal in clips in bandoliers for the M1 carbine he had. I had an old Bronco, and we'd ride out in the country and shoot it. Railroad trestle across a drainage canal about 60' up. You could wear a turtle, carp, etc OUT!!! I didn't shoot them all, and would still have them if Bill didn't come along.
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    This fucking bill guy must have a good job,he bought all mine also............at least thats what he said his name was anyway........

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    ol ' bill and his brother bob are some bad mo fo's ! they just might save this country yet ! something about 30.06 AP that just sends the message correctly ! i wonder what bob thinks of it ?comparing bills .223 (5.56) to bobs .06 is laughable , AT BEST !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pm/pe122 View Post
    its only for the fact that the 30.06 and the .308 is such a sweet round , but i would know , i sold mine years ago ( legally) to some guy named bob !
    wait a minute, the .308 is a sweet round, the 06 is an inbetween underachiever. If you have to choose...300WM, 308, 6.5/284, 6.5/WSM.

    I spoke with bob the other day he said he got a good deal from you.
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    yes he did , ive had to sell all my hobbys off , my health care bills have begun to arrive ! i hope bill / bob can put them to better use , BTW , 300 Wm , scary s&@t , i wonder what the poor folk would do in just such an emergency ? hhhmmm , i just wonder ?

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    I love 300 wm just a great round .

    I just got my notice in the mail.. My monthly
    Health care Premium for my family will increase about
    300.00 a month. 😡😡😡

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bdhondo View Post
    I love 300 wm just a great round .

    I just got my notice in the mail.. My monthly
    Health care Premium for my family will increase about
    300.00 a month. 
    dont you mean that you used to love the sound of 300WM , for gods sake man , get with the program and sell your shit to bob ,bill, fred, george ! it dont matter just sell it ! legally of course !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pm/pe122 View Post
    dont you mean that you used to love the sound of 300WM , for gods sake man , get with the program and sell your shit to bob ,bill, fred, george ! it dont matter just sell it ! legally of course !
    Oh I don't own one ! Just shot a buddy's what a great round.
    I sold all my stuff to a guy named Joe ... Never did get his last name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bdhondo View Post
    Oh I don't own one ! Just shot a buddy's what a great round.
    I sold all my stuff to a guy named Joe ... Never did get his last name.
    That must be one tough family!!! Bill, Bob, and Joe all came out to Utah and bought up all my stuff as well!!!!

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    I lost everything in a tragic canoeing mishap.


    All I have left is my original model 70 300 WM.


    Inherited it from my Dad 3 years ago. (RIP).


    Same gun he tought me shoot way back in 1971.
    Same Leopould scope.
    Bastard use to make me shoot 220 grain rounds (at 11 years old) to "get the feel of the recoil".
    My buddy's 338 weatherby was more forgiving!
    Yeah, you got the feel of it alright!!
    But if I wanted to go moose hunting with them I had to do it.
    He wouldn't let me shoot smaller, said it wasn't right to "plink" the Moose with my .270
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