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Old 07-12-2005, 12:38 AM
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A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

These pictures are way late but better late than never right?

Picture #1 is our friend Gonehuntingagain otherwise known as Big Al.
I wish I could hold a 56 pound gun like it was a Daisy Red Rider.



Picture #2 "Boat anchor" If memory serves me.



Picture #3 Is GG behind his purple .250 6mm ackley improved magnum short mag machIV 40 deg wildcat shooter pipe bench thingy gun.
(I forgot what it was but I'm sure I'm close.)



Piucture #4 .22 Hornet, My sub MOA .223 load for my Mini14, The MOAGs .338 Lapua mag improved, A .50 BMG

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Old 07-12-2005, 06:46 PM
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Re: A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

I'll have to email that one to the rest of the family.

BTW, I think the MOAG is only 52 pounds [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Re: A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

Well that explains it. ANYONE can hold a 52 pound gun like that.

I'll email you the picture.
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Re: A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

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Well that explains it. ANYONE can hold a 52 pound gun like that.

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Re: A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

The combined weight of the 3 guns in your pics is 88.5 pounds!

The total weight of all the guns we took hunting that day in my truck was 171.5!!

I thinks me needs a 3/4 ton truck! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]
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Re: A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

Hey GG. What were the calibers of the boat anchor and the purple gun? I have forgotten.

BTW the Moag weighs 5x what my Rem VLS weighs with all the normal add on gear. It weighs 10x that of my Ruger ultralite .243 but the bullet is only approx 2x and 3x as heavy as what I normally shoot in those guns.
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Re: A few picts from MOAG shoot in Idaho

The boat anchor is a 6mm-284 and the purple gun is my little 6br improved 40 degree shoulder.
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