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It's a great shooting rifle. I don't use it a lot because I have other rifles that I enjoy hunting with also but when it does go to the woods it always performs as expected.
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I think if you keep working with it, you can tighten it up a bit.....:D
 

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I think if you keep working with it, you can tighten it up a bit.....:D
You are probably right but you know me, I'm kinda lazy and well close enough is close enough. :thinking:
 
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Nice group ...Great cartridge too
Thanks. I wholeheartedly agree on being a great cartridge. It is too bad that it has been forgotten or overlooked or whatever has happened. IMO it is the perfect round for youths or small stature hunters and would love to see it more commonly used.
 

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I have one in 250 .....want more in it ,,,They just seem to go high when you find one in that round
My first foray was a 1899 takedown in 250-3000 but had the slow twist. Fun as heck to shoot and accurate with the 87 grain bullets but I wanted to shoot 100's. So I bought a Shaw barrel then started looking for a donor rifle. Took me a while to find what I wanted but eventually I ran across a LH Savage 14 in 308 that got the conversion. Got to thank @Bob58 for the lesson on changing savage barrels. Turned out to be a very sweet set up.
 
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