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Break action rifles for (mountain-) hunts?

 
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Old 11-13-2013, 08:52 PM
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Re: Break action rifles for (mountain-) hunts?

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Actually are you right. The best suited rounds for break actions are the rimmed due to the extractor but comprises have to be made sometimes. BTW, you find can find a rimmed version of the 300 H & H, the so called 300 H & H Flanged Mag. S. E.
Yes, but the Cabela's 50 year #1 is in the H&H version, and I've had some great time packing an .300 H&H. Logic has it's limits.
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Old 11-14-2013, 04:17 AM
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Re: Break action rifles for (mountain-) hunts?

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Yes, but the Cabela's 50 year #1 is in the H&H version, and I've had some great time packing an .300 H&H. Logic has it's limits.
Ha, ha...I do understand your thoughts very, very well, believe me! It's about passion not logics!
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Old 11-14-2013, 01:12 PM
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Re: Break action rifles for (mountain-) hunts?

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I love the look of break action rifles and am currently fighting the urge to buy a full stocked version of the new BRNO. One thing you have to be careful of in break actions and magnum rounds is frame flex from what we would call bolt thrust in a bolt action rifle. Break actions are sleek, compact, elegant not to mention ambidextrous.
Have seen the gun at CZ - US you were talking about. Brno Effect FS. Really nice, run and buy! Honestly! You can't buy it in Europe, that's... BTW, today's "normal" magnums aren't dangerous anymore since most actions are of so called monobloc - style. "Power - stations" like f. ex. the RUMs are something else.
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