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    That's as fine a group as you can expect from a ML. Good shooting. Thanks for sharing your set up and the link! I'll for sure order me some of those bullets to try.

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    Like I said...nothing personal. You are abiding by your states rules. Lots of states have different regs concerning M/L hunting. I happen to shoot an inline and use 209 primers, which would not be allowed in many states.
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    Same here, as nothing personal intended. Incidently, that 300 yard group probably couldn't be matched by most people with a good centerfire rifle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    Incidently, that 300 yard group probably couldn't be matched by most people with a good centerfire rifle!
    Here, here!!!
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    Congrats on your 1st!

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    Thought I was doing good to get a group like that at 50 yards with mine. lol
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    I've been thinking about my set up and realize for some of the older hunters on here my rifle could offend some. This wasn't my intent and I'm sorry if I've stepped on some toes.

    Thanks for all the compliments guys. I even appreciate the questions about my rig even though you don't agree with it. For me it's about being a respected sportsman, an ethical hunter and respecting the game we pursue. I've always loved the outdoors and as long as I can enjoy it with my family and friends that is what is all about.

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    You didn't offend me or step on my toes. I really didn't even know any state allowed smokeless M/Ls. It looks like it shoots awesome.
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