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    Have wanted to try a 6.5CM for a while now. Decided on Savage's new Stealth Evolution. First two 5 shot groups at 100 yards were less than half MOA. Will try to stretch it's legs farther out when the weather permits.

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    Nice rifle!

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    Marlin lever action, Octagon barrel, 1895 JM marked 45/70 limited to 1001 produced in 1998

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    Found a Manurhin MR73 (357 Mag) with a 3" barrel and an unexpectedly low price... snatched it up quick... Shoots nice little groups using wadcutters with 2.7 grains of BullsEye...

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    Sig 1911R TACOPS. It's so tactical and so operative! Came with extra mags and in good shape for the price, and I wanted to find a reason to use my .45ACP Osprey piston. It shoots well, and now I'm considering one in 9mm as well if the price is right.

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    Embarrassing seeing all these nice guns! I've bought a few or, rather built a few in the last six months BUT my most recent purchase was from a buddy who always buys in the summer and then sells all winter.

    It's actually a very nice H&R single shot 12-gauge, looks to be stainless receiver with a full length vent rib and interchangeable chokes, haven't seen too many like that......

    .....but for $75 + 3 full boxes of shells I couldn't turn it down! Sorry no pictures.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazman1602 View Post
    Embarrassing seeing all these nice guns! I've bought a few or, rather built a few in the last six months BUT my most recent purchase was from a buddy who always buys in the summer and then sells all winter.

    It's actually a very nice H&R single shot 12-gauge, looks to be stainless receiver with a full length vent rib and interchangeable chokes, haven't seen too many like that......

    .....but for $75 + 3 full boxes of shells I couldn't turn it down! Sorry no pictures.....

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    Nice! And that $75 gun will drop a pheasant as well as a six figure Purdy.

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    My latest is a T/C Compass in (what else) 308 Winchester. Should be here on 12/27.

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    T/C Compass bought from Kentucky Gun last week. Super fast shipping, btw. 6.5 Creedmore. With rebate it's going to be about $200.

    I went to the gunshow last week and got an Osprey 6x24x50 scope for it. My idea is a sub-$500 1,000yrd gun and I did it but I have seen ups and downs on that scope and Osprey's in general. It's not a US Optic or even a Vortex but the glass is pretty darn clear if the turret is a little mushy but it does have very positive audible clicks and turns smooth. We will see
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    The new T/C Hawken .54 goes with the old Lyman Plains Pistol .54 well.

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    This came in the mail today. I think I'm going to like it a lot. Uberti's usual excellent workmanship. Got it from Midway--they have a sale on them right now.

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    That Uberti is pretty neat. It reminds me of some spaghetti westerns, where the gunfighter would swap out fresh cylinders when he fired off all of the loads in one. Did they make a 44 or 45 cartridge cylinder for it too?

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    Not to my knowledge. This one is designed in such a way that it would be extremely difficult to convert to a centerfire cartridge. That's fine with me, because I just wanted an updated cap and ball revolver. But you can buy the 1851 Navy or 1860 Army replicas and then buy a Howell conversion cylinder to convert them to centerfire. You can also buy the Richards and Richards Mason open top replicas which usually come in .38 Sp. or .45 LC. I will be looking for an extra cylinder for this revolver, as carrying two loaded cylinders afield would be much better than carrying the loading tool.
    And, for the sake of convenience, you just about have to buy the loading tool with the revolver, as unlike the 1851 and 1860s it doesn't have a loading lever under the barrel. But I'm anticipating great times with this one, casting and shooting round ball and experimenting with conicals.

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    Just picked up a CZ 550 Lux in 6.5x55

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    I think it is a model designed for cowboy action shooters in the UK, they are pretty much restricted to non cartridge black powders handguns for competition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Four Fingers of Death View Post
    I think it is a model designed for cowboy action shooters in the UK, they are pretty much restricted to non cartridge black powders handguns for competition.
    Now it makes sense. I could see no reason for it but I'd like to have one.

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    Wow, nice guns guys! I picked up an old Taurus 92AF (1991) the other day for 200.00. Shoots smooth as butter! Needs refinishing and one side of the safety/decocker lever was broke off but have another ordered.

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    Nice score on the Medalist, A friend had on many years ago and one is on my bucket list! Beautiful pistols and accurate to boot.
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    I finished putting together my 6.5 Grendel upper yesterday. It turned out pretty neat with the side charging upper receiver on it too. The normal setup with the charging arm is still OK, but if you use a cheek rest, then it gets in the way of course.

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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check