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#190865 - 11/18/20 07:59 PM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
mic214 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Captain Chris Stanaback
BTW Mick:
I'm on the lookout for a left-handed #700, either complete or an action. Abigail (my Grandaughter) is wired backwards also!
Best, Capt. Chris


Iíll keep my eyes open Capt.!
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#190868 - 11/19/20 07:51 AM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: mic214]
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Capt...I saw a left hand Remington action on the Buds site a couple weeks ago...

:-)Rocky
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#190871 - 11/19/20 11:31 AM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: thevalueman]
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Bud's Site?
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#190872 - 11/19/20 12:22 PM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Probably here Cap: Hickok on YT talks about them all the time..
https://www.budsgunshop.com/
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#190887 - 11/20/20 05:36 AM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: Michael_Mason]
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yep the "Buds gun store" site
https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info...stainless+steel
short action...
https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info.php/products_id/2382/remington+action+700+la+carbon
magnum action
https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info.php/products_id/24218/remington+700+left+hand+receiver+l%2fa+magnum
:-)Rocky


Edited by thevalueman (11/20/20 04:04 PM)
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#190899 - 11/22/20 04:09 PM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: thevalueman]
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Well, guess everybodyís in the woods. My lovely spouse has never wanted me to hunt on Sunday, or work, or anything not focused on R&R, spiritual, family &/or her......and one of my smarter moves has been Iíve never argued. Of course sheís made it pretty easy as her request list leaves a whole lot thatís all 100% positive, pleasurable & fun.
So, have time to post these Rem. model 700ís, a SS 7mm-08 and a 30-06 that completely spoiled me. Both have been dead-on for decades but Iíd never missed, & with one shot kills only with my Ď06....until I did. And both my teenage son and I were so shocked we didnít/couldnít speak. I mean a 175 yard big coyote......& he just ran off!!
Itís kindaí funny now but Iím certain I expected the rifle to take him by itself. Iím certain nobody else here has ever done anything similar, but I at least learned that lesson. Eighteen whitetails, 27 coyotes, two gobblers over 40+ years doesnít mean ďit wonít missĒ; it just feels like it.
So, along with those two is a much hunted & enjoyed S&W 629 and a Sportsmanís Bowie and a Behring Build knife Iím hoping to bloody soon. AND a pic of some of my favorite hunting hand loads Iím thinking yíall will recognize.


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#190903 - 11/22/20 05:20 PM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: Duke]
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Duke
I packed a Smith 29 4", 44mag for many years here in Idaho with grizzly bears all over, plus a huge increase in mountain lions and wolves. I sold my Smith 29 and bought a Glock 20SF in 10mm, 15+1 180gr, and a Diamond D guide chest holster with extra mag. I feel much safer with that than getting maybe 2 shots off with a wheel gun. Big fan of the 06 and 7mm-08. I think I mentioned that one of my old Idaho hunters, used a 22-250 for all his big game hunting, all head shots at 200 yards or less.

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#190912 - 11/22/20 10:50 PM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: pappy19]
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Thanks for the comments Pap. I have the same, pretty much stock, Glock, Pappy including red dot. I really like it too and have killed two does with it. Both were inside 50 yds. and went down just as hard as with the 44. Shoot my own loads in everything thank God as all the prices are outtaí sight! Use similar chest rigs as you to carry both but just like a rifle when doing slow walk/stalks through the mountains.....the gun is in your hands. I do love my 44 Mags though and have carried hunting for decades my Ruger flat top, Marlin lever action or Ruger carbine (original).
The ammo pictured above are my loads in (l-r) 30-06; 7mm-08; 45-70; 300 Whisper; .223 & 44 Mag.
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#190914 - 11/23/20 02:32 AM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: Duke]
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Thing is, for us out in Grizzly county, a charging bear, you might get 2 shots off with a single shot Rugar and 3 shots off with a Smith double action, and 8 or 10 shots with a Glock 20SF 10mm. There's even a few dead,grizzly bears that died from Glock 19 9mm. Firepower rules.


Pap


Edited by pappy19 (11/23/20 02:33 AM)
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#190915 - 11/23/20 07:59 AM Re: HUNTING: "R&R" [Re: pappy19]
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Duke,

That is very smart not going against the wife. I found over the years there are two phrases that you can use to win any argument with your better half;
1- Yes Dear
2- I'm sorry

Nice 629 you have there.

My favorite 44 mag is my Ruger Alaskan.

Wayne
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