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For 7 mm enthusiasts

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Old 10-13-2013, 12:01 PM
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Location: Norway, Buskerud
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Re: For 7 mm enthusiasts

Originally Posted by Truc View Post
My Great, great maybe one more great in there Grandfather left Norway back when Sweden was in control and migrated to Minnesota. Their name was Svinger but someone thought it was too hard to pronounce so it was changed to Nelson. I have them to thank for my opportunities to own what I need or like.
Don't get me wrong Norway is a great country to live in. You would surely like it, but I think that the so called "gun warderobe" of just 6 legal pieces (!!) is way to little.
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Old 10-13-2013, 02:14 PM
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Re: For 7 mm enthusiasts

Believe I would and will someday. I missed the trip My Dad and brother made several yrs ago. I believe it was the 100 yr celebration of Independence but can't remember for sure. Funny thing is my grandfather married a Swede.
Yeah six gun limit would be a pain as I'm taking that many on a Black Bear hunt with me as my wife is hunting also.
Only taking one 7mm though, it's my long ranger 7 SAUM Stiller shooting the 180 Bergers.
Wife's shooting a 350 rem Mag Remy, Model 7 braked.
Others are 300 Win, 300 Saum, 270 win, 44 lever and 356 lever. All have their purpose either backup or for tracking purposes if needed.
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