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wolf049 wrote: »
there's nothing wrong with taking your .280 Rem or .280AI and use that money that you were going to spend on a new rifle for a gym membership and get in shape. I mean no offense Mike, just saying.
justin10mm wrote: »
The .338-06 was invented for people that want magnum performance but not magnum recoil.
The .35 Whelen would be nice also.
jbohio wrote: »
No offense Mike, but all the rifles in the world won't do you any good if you aren't up to walking 5-10 miles a day at 10,000 feet.
When I bowhunted elk, I lost 11 pounds in the 9 days we were up there, and we ate MRE's at least once a day.
snake284 wrote: »
Joe amd wolf I already have a gym membership and I walk about 3 miles four times a week just as mainenance. I have done a couple of two week treks up around 10-12 thousand feet and I know what you're talking about. Before I had my surgery I was not capaple of walking a mile at sea level. But having lost 160 pounds and walking regularly, I will give it a try. Before I go though I will increase my program to more like 5 miles a day. Of course this is sea level and it's almost like comparing apples to oranges. But having never had the privilege of elk hunting, if I have to, I'm almost willing to die trying.
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