SamuelBerryhill308

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  • Ok so far I only found 2nd's 168gr Ballistic Tips (6-50 count bags) and 180 gr Solid Base (20- 50 count boxes) over runs. I'm not sure what quantities you want. Also I have to see if the Post Office would ship.
    below is a copy and paste from my armslist ad.
    1) bell and carlson BDL sporter stock, long action with aluminum bed
    1) aics 5 round magazine (300 WM, 338 WM, 7mm RM)
    1) pacific tool and gauge detachable magazine base metal and 2 bolts
    1) i am throwing in a factory 7mm rem mag barrel that i dont believe was ever shot.
    text me at 631 294 0994 for more pics. asking $400 + shipping
    Thanks, Rob
    hello,

    interested in B&C take off from remington 700 long range?

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    I may be can you send me some pictures of it?
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    Sdogab
    Sure. This isn't my exact rifle, but this is how it looks. The rifle has roughly 65 rounds through it so it looks brand new. There is a scratch on the front end of the bottom metal that I forgot about, but other than that no other flaws. I believe they are around $285+ shipping brand new. How does $175+ shipping sound.

    For just deer and bear, assuming the shots are going to be within 3-400 yds, I like the 25-06 with a 115gr. bullet. Preferably a Trophy Bonded Bear Claw, Hornady ELD, Accubond or Swift A Frame. Berger Classic Hunter would work well too.
    Sit down and take a good long look at the RUGER 204
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    Stgraves260
    Stgraves260
    That’s a good little round. Not to bad. I guess it would be in a league with the 220 swift and a 22-250. Very nice round.
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    Tdeyo
    I dont know much about the 204. I had a friend who was an excellent shot and hunted almost exclusively w/ 22- 250, with partitions. He shot a medium sized black bear right behind the front shoulder, broadside at 200 yds. The bear rolled down the hill 10 yds jumped up and ran off into the timber.
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