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    Whatever I have the most confidence in at that time. Usually my 6.5-284
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    I dont have one, but I cant find anything wrong with the 6.5 Creedmoor. My son has a DPMS Panther in 6.5 Creedmoor,
    though new it really is already very accurate, big BC suits me, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    I have studs on all of my rifles and use the prone model RP bipod. I believe the term is: "cat's pajamas."
    They work great. I often pack both the prone and sitting/kneeling model depending on the terrain. Where I live I often have to shoot kneeling to get over vegetation so it's the position I practice the most. I also bought one of their folding tripods that attach to the rapid pivot stud and removed one leg. It weighs 6oz this way and lets me shoot up to kneeling height. I plan to pack it and the prone model in steep country.

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    .300 Weatherby
    Hunt hard, and trust your instincts

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    X2 .300 Weatherby for me as well.
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    Remington 700 SPS SS .300 Win Mag 165 Hornady Interlock SP Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40

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    Well, I started with a Savage in 30-30 with a peep sight. I ended up shooting my first buck with a M77 tang safety in 6mm Rem that was my Grandpa's. Once I got my first regular paycheck I bought a 270 win and used that for a while for blacktail, mule deer, pigs, and antelope. Then when the wsm's came out, I got a really good deal on an a-bolt in 300 wsm which has been my go to for mule deer. Now, that is a dedicated elk rifle because over the winter I had a 264 winmag built on a 700 action. 27" stainless fluted lilja sendero contour, greybull stock, and a leupold 6.5 - 20 x 50. 140 grain vld's at just over 3100 fps with about .5 moa accuracy tested out to 550 yards so far.

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    My dad started me out with a model 700 in 243 win. Then I used a Weatherby Mark V in 270 win. But I killed my largest buck with my dad's 257 WBY. About 2 years ago I purchased a 264 win mag but have yet to take anything with it. I also recently bought a 300 RUM but my plans are to use that just for punching paper and steel @ 1000 yds.

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    A custom Remington long action in 284 Winchester. Trued matte blue action donated by a 30/06 married to a Shilen stainless barrel via a Holland lug. Nestled in a Bell and Carlson Medalist and topped with a 4X-12X Leupold. She flat loves bullets from 120 through 150gr and is a joy to shoot.

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    Kimber 8400 chambered in a 30-06.

 

 

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