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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)
Martini Henry for $700 Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Charlotte Bronnerbury - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 03:11:48 EST ID:GwX1elre No.43794
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https://www.ima-usa.com/products/original-british-p-1885-martini-henry-mkiv-rifle-pattern-c-untouched-condition

This antique website has "untouched"(maybe missing minor parts "like screws..." theyve been in storage for 100+ years covered in grease). Some reviews say they can be restored to firing condition. They have "cleaned and complete" ones for more that they say can be fired.

Should i get one? Ive been high watching the zulu movies and videos on youtube of the martini henry and that shell ejecting looks so satisfying.
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Albert Pangerputch - Thu, 23 May 2019 19:03:05 EST ID:dJuMScVT No.43863 Ignore Report Reply
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>>43861
That's still around $75 a box for empty brass, and still about $100 for the reload dies, and a 577 cal lead die.

But here is the cheapest option. You can get away with a 58 cal civil war minniball lead die, and a die to neck down 24 gauge brass shotgun shells which are like $30 as the empty brass and come in packs of 25 verses 20. That is what I do.
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Albert Pangerputch - Thu, 23 May 2019 19:13:21 EST ID:dJuMScVT No.43864 Ignore Report Reply
>>43863
Im sorry I mean the 57cal Enfield Civil War musket lead minniball die from Dixie Gun Works.
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Jenny Nicklebury - Fri, 24 May 2019 15:36:12 EST ID:rDEoWVX4 No.43865 Ignore Report Reply
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>>43863
any thoughts on having one rechambered for say, 45-70? I have 45 70 out the ass and im considering selling my guide gun and getting one, cleaning it up sounds fun but ammo and the price of it is my biggest concern, i dont know anything about reloading and wont be able to invest in it for a while


FN P90 Bullpup Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Oliver Pubberspear - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 00:39:52 EST ID:ZV/hScj7 No.43819
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Anybody ever fired one? Just had a discussion with some marine or something that wanted to know if it'd been converted to 5.56 NATO successfully
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DICKS EVERYWHERE - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 03:12:38 EST ID:rhIvyIGt No.43820 Ignore Report Reply
>>43819
If it's a real weapon, I sure hope so.
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Emma Goodworth - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 15:23:03 EST ID:kgPqY1sG No.43821 Ignore Report Reply
Yes and no, it would be a completely different weapon if it was built to accommodate a 45mm case length instead of a 28mm.
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Sophie Nicklewell - Tue, 14 May 2019 08:08:13 EST ID:Fn/0hfeX No.43859 Ignore Report Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejkHVAgzQ7U


Shotty Ignore Report View Thread Reply
William Demmerdadge - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 12:25:54 EST ID:Q57VIXiQ No.43802
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How old do you have to be to fire a shotgun without breaking your arm?
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Sidney Lightcocke - Wed, 01 May 2019 01:14:46 EST ID:INiwhyst No.43856 Ignore Report Reply
>>43817
Even a 4 year old can take the kick of a 410 without feeling it. Pheasant hunting is so popular here most kids get started on 410s by about the age of 5-6. I was 12 when when I got my 12 gauge, only issue I had with it was that it got heavy as fuck after walking 10 miles of brush.
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Walter Blytheson - Wed, 01 May 2019 02:32:51 EST ID:/LX0Hxw8 No.43857 Ignore Report Reply
>>43856
some people will live their entire lives without knowing this level of strife. All I can do is *sip* my dew
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Reuben Worthinggold - Sat, 11 May 2019 21:27:02 EST ID:oE2zFKMt No.43858 Ignore Report Reply
>>43802
depends on the guage, I fired a 12 guage at 12 but if hurt


can i dump some weapon fanboy pics Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Nell Figglebidge - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 22:31:04 EST ID:ZV/hScj7 No.43825
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going to proceed unless stopped by bullets
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William Drenkinstock - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 21:42:24 EST ID:/LX0Hxw8 No.43853 Ignore Report Reply
>>43852
Yeah bro not to discredit the gun, the text is asking for it lol
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William Drenkinstock - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 21:43:25 EST ID:/LX0Hxw8 No.43854 Ignore Report Reply
>>43852
Same, I never shot any old snipers pre-Cold War
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George Clannerwut - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 21:46:22 EST ID:ZV/hScj7 No.43855 Ignore Report Reply
>>43853
I couldn't find another example of the chambered version :(


newbie shooting Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Jarvis Lightman - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:42:38 EST ID:TYwz3/lT No.43796
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never shot a gun before. going to a range this weekend to try an AR-15

would it be a bad idea to take a beta-blocker or a benzodiazepine beforehand? i'm nervous as fuck.
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Doris Claffingfoot - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:05:33 EST ID:/ttwEbUO No.43813 Ignore Report Reply
Beta blockers would be fine, all they're gonna really do is steady your hands. If you're nervous as fuck, you'll still be nervous, but your hands will remain steady and your heart rate will remain calm. Basically it'll lower/remove your physical anxiety response.

Propranolol (a beta blocker) is banned in olympic shooting for this reason. It makes your hands and fingers feel very steady. Was kinda freaky the first day I was on it, but I'm also a piano player so that was my first exposure to the precision-enhancing effects.
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Doris Claffingfoot - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:06:51 EST ID:/ttwEbUO No.43814 Ignore Report Reply
>>43813
Also, by freaky I mean in a really "wow this is cool as fuck, unbelievable!" kind of way
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Graham Deblingfit - Thu, 25 Apr 2019 01:09:57 EST ID:/LX0Hxw8 No.43824 Ignore Report Reply
>>43796
good luck taking a benzo and shooting guns wtf is wrong with you


Fucked up on cordite Ignore Report View Thread Reply
James Sissleshaw - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:40:33 EST ID:kziJAh9j No.43711
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I wasn't sure whether to post this here or on /other/. Apparently crazy motherfuckers used to eat, drink, or suck on cordite back when it was used.

"About three cartridges added to half a pint of water or tea
boiled down to about a gill, when it is of the consistency of thick
molasses or glycerine, and sipped occasionally, makes one feel
like a prince. Taken in this form, cordite makes me want to
tell all my troubles and all I know to any listener. It gradually
produces sleep, the awakening being accompanied by the usual
headache, but the feeling is not quite so bad as I would have felt
had I drunk beer WIth it.
"If beer, say a few pints, is drunk in conjunction with the
above solution, it very shortly makes me as mad as a man oon get ,
without becoming absolutely a raving lunatic. It was while in
this condition that I went over to the station-master at Platrand,
four miles away, dressed in my underclothes and a blanket, and
without boots at midnight, woke him up, and told him if he
would give me a bed for the night I would work his telegraph
instruments for him all day long. I am not fully cognisant of
what I do while in this state, but generally find out about it next
day, sometimes to my great surprise, as it seems hard to believe
some of the antics which I am told I have performed; but the
knowledge of them does not worry me next day, as I feel too bad.
Cordite, no matter how taken or in what form, always gives me
the most terrible nightmares, in fact, everything seems to be in a
chaotic state. As long as a man has cordite in his system he is
more or less insane, although he may appear sane enough. My
eyes feel as if they were jumping from their sockets, and objects
have a dim appearance as long as the headache lasts."
https://jramc.bmj.com/content/jramc/1/4/277.full.pdf

So, uhhh... Anybody try it?
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Nicholas Siffingmeck - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 07:37:00 EST ID:9I/vQaGz No.43764 Ignore Report Reply
Reminds me of Brown-Brown, that African drug that's gunpowder and cocaine...
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Reuben Trotfield - Wed, 21 Nov 2018 22:33:07 EST ID:u0W5u9UD No.43786 Ignore Report Reply
>>43764

Isn't that shit from The lord of war movie?
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Cyril Sashridge - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 20:49:53 EST ID:XZEZQ42E No.43823 Ignore Report Reply
>>43764
The do that here in america aswell. They add it to cocaine and to heroin. mainly down south.


Assajewsetts Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Hedda Sopperdot - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 02:05:22 EST ID:LVkxqeNU No.43717
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>Live in Massachusetts
>Want to own guns
>Want to smoke weed
>Can't move anywhere else because I'm a mid-20s NEET with no HS diploma
What the fuck do I do
Are there any States that let you smoke weed and own guns?
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Doris Claffingfoot - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:08:03 EST ID:/ttwEbUO No.43815 Ignore Report Reply
>>43717
Alaska.
Legal weed, amazing gun laws, lots of places to go shooting and hunting.
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Cedric Sungerpene - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 20:58:30 EST ID:ZKxGFNL5 No.43816 Ignore Report Reply
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afganistan nb
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Ernest Brorrychore - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 12:50:22 EST ID:kgPqY1sG No.43822 Ignore Report Reply
>>43720
>If you are ever in a citizen involved shooting with a gun that you legally own, you will be piss tested and if you come up positive for weed you will most likely be charged with lying on a federal form, federal felony charge of being a prohibited person in possession of a gun, or both.

I’ll take things that have never happened for 200.

You guys have some fucking crazy imaginations.


Books Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Rebecca Brookman - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 04:07:13 EST ID:m19GkKX0 No.39903
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Reading William Gibson's "Zero History".

A large plot point is the civilian market for tactical gear, he actually drops the terms "operators", "mall ninjas", and "gear queers", and one of the villains is a fashion designer with special forces pretensions, who acts like a spy in a movie, and is after a coveted military contract to design uniforms for the US.

The protagonists' employer, Hubertus Bigend, a sort of meme and trope savvy Lex Luthor type, mentions a sort of psychosis endemic to the special forces, that they're promised that their training will qualify them to do anything, and they end up believing it, so they become sort of self-hypnotised con artists who believe their own pitch, and you end up with unqualified, delusional ex-soldiers teaching anti-terrorist and interrogation techniques to third world police and militaries.

So, read anything topical lately?
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Doris Dracklelock - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 01:19:05 EST ID:NMNwIk7C No.43748 Ignore Report Reply
Gibson knows that all the action is done by intelligence operatives these days, but he knows Tom Clancy has got a lock on that genre. Any commentary by him is likely to be ignored for more "america, fuck yeah" patriotic bullshit.

Gibson can be interesting to read when hes making observations, but his plots are slow as molasses and are too realistic to be entertaining, he should just punch it up a little bit and add a bit of cinematic license to his plots.
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George Lightridge - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 03:43:18 EST ID:jmyUNPql No.43787 Ignore Report Reply
>>43747
I get what you mean. At various points I dropped 'Neuromancer'. Only recently did I read through it fully and even then it gets so vague I nearly drop it, but somehow, Gibson manages to throw in a single sentence or event that pricks my nipples and keeps me interested.
I'm usually used to figuring out stuff through subtext and lore. I love Philip K. Dick novels for example, but I can't say much in defense of Gibson, given that I only read two of his works: 'Neuromancer' and 'Pattern Recognition' (the first book in a trilogy before 'Spook Country' and 'Zero History', iirc).
I really liked 'Pattern Recog'. It was more thematically focused with its Baudrillard-esque themes (with clothing described as Japanese knockoffs of WWIII bomber jackets, but with intentionally dropped stitches so detailed they transcend being a 'simulation'). It's basically about a media-design/ mystic meme consultant following an ARG online.
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Cedric Sungerpene - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 21:09:19 EST ID:ZKxGFNL5 No.43818 Ignore Report Reply
I've been studying tactics, like from antiquity in the Iliad and machiavelli the prince also stuff on Nebuchadnezzar and William the Conqueror type military leaders. /his/ stuff is good to know, knowledge is self defense.


I'm Developping A Military Project Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Isabella Nendershit - Tue, 30 May 2017 18:30:15 EST ID:mbXDl/Cs No.43227
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I was listening to NPR and it seems like the US commander in Afghanistan wants five
thousand more men on the ground. Thats not the problem for me.

NPR essentially said through the course of the conversation that after 40 years of continuous civil war nobody knows how to end the conflict. Currently the problem is that the Taliban is seeking savehaven in Pakistan and coming over the border to attack US forces and the Afghans.

Now in a perfect world we would cross the border and destroy the Taliban camps.
But this isn't a perfect world.

So I came up with an idea to surveil the border and allow US forces to react to incursions by the Taliban without having troops patrol the entire border. The system would use ELINT and then be used to dispatch US and Afghan forces to interdict the Taliban.

I know its a good idea and it's going to take time to develop it. But once I develop the idea to a point where it's ready to present to the appropriate people in the Department of Defense who do I talk to?

I'm posting it here because I can't monitor a thread of halfchan.
I'll also post it on r e d d i t.
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David Brunningnatch - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 11:20:45 EST ID:Fll1j+RD No.43792 Ignore Report Reply
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Pakistan's ISI or other rogue elements amongst the Pakistani elites have harboured and funded the Taliban and other mujahideen for decades.

There are several uses for the Taliban, historical and contemporary:
  • keeping the region unstable to prevent the rise of Afghanistan as a regional power
  • fighting the soviet army to prevent the enlargement of the Soviet sphere of influence
  • nurturing a network of militant Muslim groups that can destabilise Kashmir, the border region within Pakistan's main rival, India.
  • a source of profit from narcotics and other criminal activity.

In other words, Pakistan shelters the Taliban from the US.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inter-Services_Intelligence_activities_in_Afghanistan
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Betsy Pettinghure - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 23:34:32 EST ID:CU0hBX/y No.43793 Ignore Report Reply
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>40 years of continuous civil war nobody knows how to end the conflict.

Never surrender is a shitty meme.
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Samuel Pocklepidge - Mon, 20 May 2019 15:53:20 EST ID:UWiFhHFV No.43862 Ignore Report Reply
>>43227
>NPR
There's your problem.


Fuck'N Hershit Ignore Report View Thread Reply
George Brurringchadge - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 08:59:24 EST ID:Qqft9Wkt No.43788
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Is there a firearms company more undeserving of praise then these fuckers?

>Astronomically priced guns even when almost every other competitor offers their guns with more modern features AND at a better price point
>Refuse or stopped importing their actually unique firearms
>Stock a pitiful (Or none at all) amount of spare parts
>Customer service that takes eons to get ahold of or anything fixed or back from them
>Newest products are just the same old shit with slightly adjusted aethstetics (Even if there were new products it's not like they would offer them to the civilian market anyways ERGO: all the new scart accessories.)

Seriously I have a FN gun that I consider my favorite but even I can see how fucking shitty they are, why do people in the industry always CONSTANTLY suck them off for literally every single thing they do, no other company gets as much praise as these fuckers.
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Sidney Bladgehutch - Fri, 14 Dec 2018 01:52:04 EST ID:xbK8Q6+6 No.43790 Ignore Report Reply
It's easier to get companies to send you free guns for your youtube channel when you praise them.

People watch the youtube videos that are "reviewing" FN guns and speak on the internet with the certainty of an owner even if they've never touched a gun in their life.

Also, it sounds like a shorthand for fuckin'. That has to have something to do with it too.


Ded bord Ignore Report View Thread Reply
George Suddlewill - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 17:22:57 EST ID:1jfDUgBe No.43785
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This board is cute before of how dead it is
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Hannah Bimmlewetch - Fri, 22 Mar 2019 16:42:40 EST ID:JE6wO3l1 No.43808 Ignore Report Reply
lol, rite? /jenk/ sees more traffic


Your house is "lit af fam" and trending on instagram Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Beatrice Chullytog - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 20:59:40 EST ID:CU0hBX/y No.43778
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No joke your house is burning down right now
How prepared are you? What do you save, what do you leave

I immediately panic and run my ammo cans out of the house, they pose the greatest danger so first priority. I can't rely on finding an extinguisher quick enough to stop a house fire.
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Archie Blendlesudging - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 23:14:45 EST ID:Ci9ngEzU No.43782 Ignore Report Reply
>>43778 id get my dog
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Doris Beblingchag - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 17:25:39 EST ID:I4WhwT7O No.43783 Ignore Report Reply
>>43778
nb you want to be on instagram rn fuccboi
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Caroline Cabberkog - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 21:11:39 EST ID:CU0hBX/y No.43784 Ignore Report Reply
>>43783
:)


CROSSBOWS Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Lillian Smallcocke - Sun, 11 Nov 2018 02:15:45 EST ID:1eJUZmqW No.43779
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Im trying to buy a crossbow and have about £50 max to spare,
I dont have much experience in terms of manufacturers, maintanence etc so i thought id ask my 420chan brethren... I have been looking at these -

https://archerysuppliesdirect.co.uk/redback-rts-pistol-crossbow-green-50-lbs.html

https://archerysuppliesdirect.co.uk/mk-120-skeleton-commando-fibre-stock-crossbow-120lbs.html

https://archerysuppliesdirect.co.uk/self-cocking-pistol-crossbow-80-lbs-package-with-alloy-bolts.html


Any and all advice appreciated
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Lillian Smallcocke - Sun, 11 Nov 2018 09:08:09 EST ID:1eJUZmqW No.43780 Ignore Report Reply
https://southernswords.co.uk/armex-80lb-tomcat-ii-pistol-crossbow.html

nb


Identifying an old rifle Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Hamilton Bardhood - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 03:41:25 EST ID:IWYodj8+ No.43768
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30 06 From my grandpas collection. Scope is a weaver
The latch on the side, when down or "off" as it says allows the bolt to be taken off
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Cedric Sasslechare - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 21:20:39 EST ID:qBL+7pxW No.43774 Ignore Report Reply
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>>43773
If it's your gramps old gun it shouldn't be a money thing. If you like it, it should be priceless to you. I couldn't fathom selling any of the family guns that have been passed down to me. Heirlooms are really neat things and connect generations.

Also, it may simply be a 1903 that has a custom made stock or a gunsmithed rifle using a 1903 design as the base.
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Ernest Crenninghall - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 23:47:57 EST ID:maHgC2dI No.43775 Ignore Report Reply
>>43773
id reckon under a thousand dollars
sporter rifles aren't really worth much.
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Isabella Clovingwater - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 02:47:34 EST ID:IWYodj8+ No.43776 Ignore Report Reply
>>43774
I was mostly just curious. Ive heard of the badly sporterized old rifles that got ruined, this one seems like it was well done and well loved im actually thinking of selling my remington700 7mag now and making this my new hunting rifle, i like it these big 30 06 rounds a lot more. Ijust put a couple boxes of ammo through it, maybe ill swap scopes. Thanks all


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