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Your gun and caliber for the SZ opener ..

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Wife will be taking her Weatherby Camilla  7-08.
Son will be taking his Marlin 30-30 .

Myself I’ll be taking for the first time ever is my grand dad’s 300 Savage 99,  My dad gave it to me probably 15 years ago. I just loved hunting with my revolvers so it sat in the cabinet. So I decided this year it’s the only gun I am carrying. Looking forward to taking a deer with my grandpas savage. 

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NULA 7mm-08......confirmed zero today, one shot at 100 yards. 

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I will take my o’ faithful Browning Stainless Stalker A-Bolt in 270 Winchester. I have it near thirty years and it is a tack driver. Good luck to all.

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If, I go out on the opener, I will have my Trusty 30-30 with me. I don't  have a shotgun that shoots slugs.

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Remington 700 30-06.. Nikon BDC. 

My Mossberg 12 guage shooting sabots has 2 wall hangers but was shooting almost a foot low at 50 yds.. Maybe bumped the scope so that's gonna stay put away until I can get back to the range...

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Thompson pro hunter. Nikon 4.5x14.  7mm-08.  

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CVA Scout 45-70 with vortex 3-9 glass. Shot it once a few weeks ago to make sure it was still on. Haven’t killed anything with it yet, hoping to break it in this season!

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38 minutes ago, rob-c said:

Wife will be taking her Weatherby Camilla  7-08.
Son will be taking his Marlin 30-30 .

Myself I’ll be taking for the first time ever is my grand dad’s 300 Savage 99,  My dad gave it to me probably 15 years ago. I just loved hunting with my revolvers so it sat in the cabinet. So I decided this year it’s the only gun I am carrying. Looking forward to taking a deer with my grandpas savage. 

Love the 99's.  I've got a 1956 in 300 Savage.  

 

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On our farm in Tioga County it will be a 7mm mag and a raging bull in 44 mag for closer shot back here in Dutchess County 12 gauge and same handgun 

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3 minutes ago, NYBowhunter said:

Ruger #1 chambered in 450 Bushmaster.

What vintage in the #1?  Nice rifles. 

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Saturday and sunday Winchester model 70 in 308, weekdays at my house Remington 1100, really itching to get a savage 220 for next season 

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Sako 85 Classic in 270. Topped with 3x9x40 Zeiss Conquest.

Fed with 140 gr Nosler BTs I handloaded myself.

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4 minutes ago, mowin said:

What vintage in the #1?  Nice rifles. 

Newer rifle, just built last year. All stainless steel with muzzlebrake, greyed wood stock, topped with a stainless leupold. 

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Browning a-bolt slug gun w/lightfield blue slugs or my rra 223 predator pursuit w/fusion ammo...undecided yet....leaving the ruger m77 30-06 mkII home this year


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