Don_C

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Don_C last won the day on September 9 2019

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About Don_C

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  • Birthday 06/25/1966

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  1. I think we agree. I would have to say I support it solely because it makes a statement. I'm not sure in the end it would really have any legs to stand on.
  2. Are immigration Sanctuaries legal or constitutional? They are doing it though, in clear violation of federal laws. What I think is important is that we are beginning to attack these people with their own tactics.
  3. This happened to my Weimaraner years ago. I can't for the life of me remember what was up with him, but I'm thinking it was some sort of an infection. Go to the vet.
  4. I have eaten it up to a year in the freezer.
  5. I did read not to even think about messing with it if you have a bad trigger. Neil Jones is one of two who will work on the BLR apparently, he is in PA. The other guy is in CO I believe. I actually emailed Neil Jones before purchasing it. There is no way I'm even thinking about changing it after getting it in my hands. I was pleasantly surprised to find the trigger on this particular rifle to be absolutely fine, I would even say it is very good. Maybe there were some manufacturing years that had issues, I don't know. Maybe I've just been lucky with triggers over the years, I've only ever had issues with one early 2000's Model 70 and a 700 that were both horrible.
  6. How do you like it? I really wanted the ‘06, but couldn’t find one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. At 6 lbs 8 oz, it feels pretty light in the hand and is less "clunky" than other levers I have had. We'll see though, I never thought I would find a rifle I enjoyed more than my X-Bolts, but I think this is going to become my favorite if it prints well.
  8. Same deal. I'm curious if you guys are on Macs / iPhones. I've bee having a lot of popup and redirect issues with Safari lately.
  9. I am sure I will put a scope on it before next November, but let’s face it, most of the fun with lever guns is shooting with open sights. We had a Henry 30-30 a while back that would pop clays at 100 yards all day long. Man was that a blast. I think with a .308 I’m going to want to be able to reach out a little further though and my eyes aren’t so great anymore. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Us too. We will have to get together sometime. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Yes Evans. Weather permitting, I just heard 4-8” of snow is coming???!! I was really getting used to this nice weather in WNY. Are you a member? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. It was a tough few seconds of deep thought for sure! Thankfully I have one terrific wife, she said “you have a real problem” when I told her, then she said “damn that’s nice!” When I opened the box! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Following all of the excitement and travel of the holidays, I began to reflect on this past deer season. I wondered why in the world, with all of the scrapes and rubs, trail cam pics and early season sightings, did I not connect with a mature buck during the regular season. After many seconds of pondering, I realized... Clearly I need a new gun! I've been thinking about a new lever gun for a while, and I’m a dedicated Browning fan, so I decided on a BLR lightweight pistol grip in .308. It was not easy to find, but a special thanks to H&H in Lackawanna, Heather somehow tracked down one of the last 2019 .308s out there. I picked it up over the weekend and can’t wait to take it to the club on Saturday and break it in. I’m already getting excited for next year!
  14. ME! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk