Let see those deer rifles

Furlock Bones

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7 Mag. Tikka Action and barrel cut to 21”. Sig SRD762 suppressor. XLR elements magnesium chassis. Sig Tango6 scope.
 

JTComfort

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Remington Model 721
Weatherby Vanguard Series II
Both chambered in .270
Neither are fancy, but they sure are fun to shoot!
I have a 721 in .270 as well - it’s a ‘48. Mine wears a vintage Bushnell 4x ScopeChief II CP amd hits lights-out every pre-season sight-in. It was my dad’s deer rifle since the 60s and has many PA and VA white tails to its credit. Nothing fancy, but a time capsule and heirloom treasure for sure.
 

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I have a 721 in .270 as well - it’s a ‘48. Mine wears a vintage Bushnell 4x ScopeChief II CP amd hits lights-out every pre-season sight-in. It was my dad’s deer rifle since the 60s and has many PA and VA white tails to its credit. Nothing fancy, but a time capsule and heirloom treasure for sure.
Oh... that Rem mod 721 is a great little rifle, old school... as is the mod 722, I've had a few over the years and they made great actions for custom builds, and just a fine rifle all the way around, in your case, the Mod 721 in .270 Win is a classic plus it belonged to your father... nice. Also, nice 7mm Rem Mag Deer popper. Cheers.
Put a pic up of the Rem 721
 

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took three rifles out for pre season check, a ruger #3 in 45-70, a 700 rem CDL in 35 whelen and a kimber hunter in 3006, i shot at small rocks and hit most of the them from 100-300 yards. on some rocks i needed 2-3 shots to make hits with the 45-70 due to the bullet drop.
 

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huntinfool18

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6.5 saum built by myself, bighorn origin, Mesa stock, 26” proof and 6-24 pst. 8.4lbs ready to hunt. Shoots 1/4 moa with 156 bergers day in and day out.
It’s twin big brother. A 300 win all the same specs. I haven’t worked up a load for it yet but have no doubt it’ll be a shooter as well. 8.5lbs as it sits
 

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6.5 saum built by myself, bighorn origin, Mesa stock, 26” proof and 6-24 pst. 8.4lbs ready to hunt. Shoots 1/4 moa with 156 bergers day in and day out.
It’s twin big brother. A 300 win all the same specs. I haven’t worked up a load for it yet but have no doubt it’ll be a shooter as well. 8.5lbs as it sits
I've always liked the 6.5 RSAUM I had friends who shot them in LR matches it's a great LR cartridge. I used its big brother .300 RSAUM for RL and it was amazing, but... I think I see the appeal of the 6.5 RSAUM on my end is due to my time shooting Remington 6.5 Rem Mag... to this day an outstanding cartridge. I bought one for the first runs of Remnigntons Model 700s in 6.5 Rem Mag, darn I'm sorry that I sold that rifle amazingly accurate for an out-of-the-box Remmy. Cheers!
 

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Jnm300ultra

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This is last year’s buck in Wyoming. Should be getting back from the taxidermist this month. The rifle specifications
Gap Non Typically 300 Winchester Mag
Timney trigger,
Bartlin 3B 26” APA micro bastard break
Bell and Carlson stock with 4 flush cups and a Atlas bipod and rail.
Leupold vx-6 3-18x50 T moa reticle

Jason
 

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Snyderite

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This is my first custom and first year shooting long range! Love it!
Built a 6.5 prc on a Bighorn Origin, Carbon 6 barrel, Triggertech Diamond, Grayboe Phoenix, EC tuner brake.
She's a shooter! Took this loper doe at 750 just above the heart a couple weeks ago!
I'm excited for deer hunting with it!
 

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