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Old 04-26-2011, 06:52 PM   #11
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Hornady makes a fine bullet. I LOVE those Savage 110s.........
I have a Savage 112 Competition with a 26 inch tube. It's in a 300 Win Mag. I like the long barrel, but I also shoot long range for fun.The last year or so been shooting at a 1,000 yards.For my old eyes, I had to get a more powerful scope.
 
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Old 04-27-2011, 04:33 AM   #12
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I have a Savage 112 Competition with a 26 inch tube. It's in a 300 Win Mag. I like the long barrel, but I also shoot long range for fun.The last year or so been shooting at a 1,000 yards.For my old eyes, I had to get a more powerful scope.
Welcome home SatCong. I'm guessin' by your handle that we're brothers. Also, welcome to the Forum. You can reach out and touch someone with that 112. We old geezers have to adapt to our conditions to keep in the game. Gettin' old ain't for sissies.......
 
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SINCE only inept fools let you HAVE shots at stationary, erect, fully exposed targets in the open, in daylight, why bother with such a gun? the sort of fools who allow such are no threat to you at 500 yds, much less 1000 yds. Gettinng caught with nothing but a bolt action is a REALLY bad idea. you won't HAVE uncle suger to come chopper you out of what you can't handle, napalm your enemies for you, etc. So you''d better have an auto rifle, preferably with a sound suppressor mounted on it.
 
 
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wha'ts your sniper rifle FOR, hmm?

gang bangers, rice farmers and goatherds are no threat to you at 300m, much less 900m. They truly do "think" that the harder they yank on the trigger and the harder they "hump" their shoulders into the gun butt, the faster the bullet goes! :-) Therefore, if such people hit you at 50 yds, laying head on prone as you will have to do to hit at 1000 yds, they will hit you only by the most random of accidents.
 
Old 06-06-2011, 04:25 PM   #15
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hey hey ..You know it spede....you got a handle on it ain't you

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Old 06-06-2011, 04:42 PM   #16
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I swear, Billy. I don't know how I got along before I got all this enlightenment today.
 
Old 06-06-2011, 07:12 PM   #17
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Dear John....I sent Yore saddle home....This goofy bastard don't know that it is better to stop the problem at 900 m if You can rather than lettin the problem get to 300m.....stopin the problem at 300m is better than lettin the problem get to 50 yds.....he seems to have had many stops at 5yds without hearin protection, nocover and he and target movein and both in bad light...he has no resepct for Elmer Keith....Bill Jordan.....Maybe Charles Askins will pay him a visit tonite

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Billy...I'm willin' to bet US Dollars to Piasters that the closest he's come to shootin' anybody is the time he lit up his Sony TV while practicin' shootin' zombies on Night of the Livin' Dead and forgot he'd loaded the gun when he went to the fridge and pulled the tab on another coolbeer.

I betcha...
 
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Billy...I'm willin' to bet US Dollars to Piasters that the closest he's come to shootin' anybody is the time he lit up his Sony TV while practicin' shootin' zombies on Night of the Livin' Dead and forgot he'd loaded the gun when he went to the fridge and pulled the tab on another coolbeer.

I betcha...
LMAO

We can only hope the next time he does a chamber check that he does it from the muzzle end, squintin' at the big hole to look for a shiny bullet at the other end while NOT practicing correct trigger discipline.
 
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