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Re: A Quote from R.LEE ERMEY

It's funny that ******* matches are so rare on here, usually when they happen they get so far off topic,
<-- is no exception either, actually with the other goings on right now, it's kind of a breather in an odd way
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    Sorry to the OP for getting this off topic. This will be my last post on the subject. Take a look at what these guides recommend for brown bears. Hell one of them even requires .375 as a minimum. If all I had was an 06 then I wouldn't even consider a brown bear hunt. Notice I said I. I would be toting my 338 Lapua with 300 gr pills.

    http://www.mountainmonarchs.com/alaska-brown-bear-spring-hunting-outfitter.html

    http://www.alaskatrophyadventures.com/hunt_Questions.htm

    http://www.alaskahunts.net/alaska/gear.htm

    http://www.alaskastatewideguides.com/index.php/alaska-statewide-trips/hunting.html?view=trip&id=10

    http://www.guidedalaskahunting.com/alaskagrizzlybrownbearhunting.html
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    i thought for sure someone would catch on to what i was doing... but nope . I successfuly jacked this thread. thanks to all of you that fell for it, and even more thanks to those who thought about punching me in the face
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    Now thats something to really be proud of and boast about. The proverbial turd in the punchbowl..!!!
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    Sorry to the OP for getting this off topic. This will be my last post on the subject. Take a look at what these guides recommend for brown bears. Hell one of them even requires .375 as a minimum. If all I had was an 06 then I wouldn't even consider a brown bear hunt. Notice I said I. I would be toting my 338 Lapua with 300 gr pills.

    http://www.mountainmonarchs.com/alaska-brown-bear-spring-hunting-outfitter.html

    http://www.alaskatrophyadventures.com/hunt_Questions.htm

    http://www.alaskahunts.net/alaska/gear.htm

    http://www.alaskastatewideguides.com/index.php/alaska-statewide-trips/hunting.html?view=trip&id=10

    http://www.guidedalaskahunting.com/alaskagrizzlybrownbearhunting.html

    NONE of which address the comment R.Lee said would be HIS choice. Personally I dont want to kill a dammed one of them....they aint hurting me and there isnt many to go around to start with.
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    NONE of which address the comment R.Lee said would be HIS choice. Personally I dont want to kill a dammed one of them....they aint hurting me and there isnt many to go around to start with.
    actually there is quite a bit of them bears... and you never know, your on an elk hunt and then it turns into a brown bear attack...
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by kc View Post
    When asked in a shooting magazine. If I only had one (rifle)
    Quote: There is no question, it would be the .3006 bolt action rifle. Plain and simple, You can hunt any animal in North America with a .3006 its the most versatle round that is in existence
    as far as I am concerned.

    Quote from the Gunny, R.LEE ERMEY


    Show of hands here
    Who has ever been brown bear hunting?
    Who will ever be able to aford a brown bear hunt?
    As for the 30-06 my guess is it would get the job done and most done in allright fashion but as we all know the 7Mag is what the 30-06 always wanted to grow up to be
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