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Old 03-25-2009, 01:10 AM
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Re: 3 gun battery

3 GUNS, just can't do it!!!!!!

One Shotgun and one .22.

That only leaves room for one centre fire rifle. Better make it a big one!
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Old 03-25-2009, 07:29 AM
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Re: 3 gun battery

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I was thinking just rifles didn't clarify - however you are correct.

How about
.22 rifle
30-06
300win - just because the guys I grew up hunting with used
338rum
everyone should have an AR15
12ga O/U to show some class
12ga semi auto

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Old 03-25-2009, 07:50 AM
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Re: 3 gun battery

.243 Win
7mm (Rem, wsm or Rum)
.338 (Rum, Edge or Allen Mag)

The ones in my safe? .243 Win, 7mmRM, .338 Edge & .338 AM


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Old 03-26-2009, 12:45 AM
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Re: 3 gun battery

OK that's better.

Now I would have a 12ga U/O as we are not permitted to own a semi auto in our Fashist state. (did I spell that right?)

A bolt action .22 for the same reason.

A .222 for killing rabbits and foxes about the house.

A .338WM for a walk about deer rifle

A .338 EDGE for my long range stuff.

What do I have? well including the above. The EDGE is being built and I have a .25-06 for smaller deer, a .458Win Mag, for real big deer and a 410 shotgun for snakes built on an old .303 rifle.
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Old 03-26-2009, 07:20 AM
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Re: 3 gun battery

Sorry to hear about the semi auto ban - unfortunately if people don't wake up here we will be in the same boat - hopefully we are not to far down that road yet - however I'm afraid we may be.

On the other hand I'd love to live where a guy has a 338wm for a walk around deer rifle and a 458win for the big ones.

Congratulations on the edge. I'm having a 338rum built by Defensive Edge. Hopefully will have it by late summer.
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Old 03-26-2009, 09:26 PM
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Re: 3 gun battery

I am trying the three gun thing but I dont have a .338 and I really really need (want) one. I have Mossberg 400 .22 ( I won it 45 yrs ago), and LH .223, and a LH .270, and a RH Model 70 7mm Rem Mag LRH rifle. But somehow the variety seems incomplete without a .338 Alaskan of some type.
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