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    35 rem marlin 336 topped with 2-7x32 redfield shooting 200gr leverevolutions in the dark timber

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    My favorite used to be my .375 H&H, but the weight and old age finally caught-up to me. Now my favorite is my 30.06, and I'm still pondering a 6.5 Creedmoor in a 6 1/2 lb. rifle.

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    Mine is a Ruger #1B in 30-06 shooting a 165 gr. Nosler Accubond or Partition. This rifle has a fixed 4x Leupold on it.

    I also really like my Martin Hunter 60# recurve bow.
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    If I had to get rid of everything else; I would keep my MathewsDXT.

    Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) I have both Bow hunting buddies and rifle hunting buddies.
    I shoot my Browning with boss in .300 WSM when hunting with the 2nd group.
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    Mathews DXT, Bowtech Admiral, Browing .300WSM...... and Swarovski Optiks my wife doesn't know about.
    1999 Washington Blacktaill, Bear River GMU, nontypical 6X7

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    The muzzleloader for me... Think I'm done with the bow. Just didn't do it for me like the smoke pole!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoHiCntry View Post
    The muzzleloader for me... Think I'm done with the bow. Just didn't do it for me like the smoke pole!!!
    I agree but I tore up my shoulder really bad when I was 18 so bow hunting was never an option for me.

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    For me it would have to be the Paklite kit by Buck for several reasons. One, it's versatile and lightweight for pack ins. Two they hold an edge well and are easy to sharpen. Finally, requires a successful harvest to use

    For the actual harvest, I'm with OregonJim; any well tuned Mathews bow for me.

    If the time comes for me to pull out the long gun, will either be a Thompson Encore or Browning X-Bolt .300
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    Weatherby Mark V in .340 with hand loaded 225 gr. Partitions. Or my Mathews Switcback XT.

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    I like what I shoot well! I was using a 30-378 with 180 gr tsx and it shot darts . Furthest shot was 609 and closest was 25 yds on a raghorn. I just loaded up some 200lrx running at 3210 and if I can get the accuracy like the 180's I will shoot the 200's. It did take a few years of working out the kinks, but it is a dream to shoot now. I have a 7 ultra as a back up that always gets borrowed with 140 ttsx and it has taken a Dall sheep, Grizz, Big Horn, 3 elk and 2 deer. I have yet to use it!!! It does shoot flat. I love muzzy hunting though and I think I am going to be switching soon.

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    40 year old Model 700 .270 Win.

 

 

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