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olesniper wrote: »
Great shooting. Now........how are you going to get your truck bed up into your deer stand? :uhm:
Wambli Ska wrote: »
VERY IMPORTANT!!! What can I say but WOW!!!! That rifle is certainly a keeper and EXCELENT shooting!!! :worthy:
john.41 wrote: »
Good shooting! I'm guessing your HR is a 2007 or newer model, they have a 1:9" twist. The early HR's in .223 had 1:12" twist barrels. I bought one a few years ago on sale at Cabela's just for the 1:9" barrel, guess I need to find time to scope it and shoot it someday.
farm boy wrote: »
Mine is not a 2007or newer, I got it used six years ago. So 1:12" it is.
farm boy wrote: »
I went to Walmart today and they were all sold out. It is what is, I still have enough from the first box for hunting. Rifle season doesn't start for another month and half anyway.
Anyone have any ideas about how I can order some from the same lot?
Jim Tom wrote: »
What is the accuracy potential of break action single shots compared to bolt actions? You would think if they were commonly as accurate as bolt actions, you would see them at bench rest competitions, so they must not be. That being said, I've got a Optima Elite in .223 I picked up in a trade that is one of the most accurate shooters I have with the right ammo (maybe the rest of my collection is just really bad). It hasn't shot a group as good as Farm Boys, but that could be partly the truck's fault:roll:
snake284-1 wrote: »
Here ya go! See there, nothings impossible iffin ya put your mind to it,
This one should be perfect. You just need a good sturdy ladder.
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