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    Ordered a new rifle. Prize goes to whoever can guess what it is.

    Can you guess what new rifle I ordered today?

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    Chey-Tac Intervention

    http://cheytac.com

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      #3
      Congrats FBN.....as you know I have dementia, plus I never was very smart- Sooo, you should feel sorry for me and just send the gun to me anyway.
      Certified Armed Infidel

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        #4
        An official Red Ryder carbine action 200-shot-range model air rifle! .......and be sure to wear eye protection.
        Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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          #5
          Originally posted by gun sane View Post
          An official Red Ryder carbine action 200-shot-range model air rifle! .......and be sure to wear eye protection.
          "You'll shoot your eye out kid!!!"
          W.W.MT.D-----WHAT WOULD MICHAEL T DO?
          NRA GOLDEN EAGLE

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            #6
            Originally posted by FakeBersaName View Post
            Can you guess what new rifle I ordered today?
            LR-308 Carbine length....
            W.W.MT.D-----WHAT WOULD MICHAEL T DO?
            NRA GOLDEN EAGLE

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              #7
              These are all good guesses but I think Brojohn might get the prize if I were politically correct. But just to be totally honest (unlike politicians) dementia doesn't qualify. That is only because I am a hateful, homophobic, constitution-quoting Christian--so try not to be greatly offended or at least don't get your panties in a bunch This rifle I expect to be way cool--it won't arrive for a week so you guys have time to make more wild guesses-where is the unicorn emoji when you need it?

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                #8
                Originally posted by R.Ph. 380 View Post

                LR-308 Carbine length....
                Ok, this is so cool, it may have to be my next purchase... wait, send me some money

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                  #9
                  So if it's real cool and fun then it must be a Henry .22

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                    #10
                    Ruger PC-9

                    In memory of our Founder, Michael T. June 15, 1946 - February 26, 2017.

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                      #11
                      M200 intervention sniper rifle, .408 or .375 comes in at a whopping 31 pounds. Way out of my price range.
                      In memory of our Founder, Michael T. June 15, 1946 - February 26, 2017

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                        #12
                        I'm going to butt into your thread FBN ..... I just can't help it.... AND no guessing about my new firearm. I picked up a Ruger 44 Mag Carbine a few weeks ago. It has kinda been on my "watch out for one" list for a while. A guy on Michigan Gun Owners forum was looking for a quick sale and put it up for a reasonable price. I was quick to get back to him and picked it up later in the day.

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                        The left target was 75 yds. The right was 50 yds. It was about 40 degrees out that day. The 3 vertical shots walked down from top to bottom .... maybe the barrel warming up? Maybe my hands getting cold? The trigger isn't very good ... probably 8+ lbs when I picked it up and 6 lbs after I cleaned it up and put a little KG10 on it. It is still jerky, sticky.... not sure the word I am looking for..... Other than "poor."

                        I was going to let you guess the price ..... but I already said NO guessing...... $450 with the scope. I'm happy.


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                          #13
                          Pondy: Not only is that Ruger 44 one of my "must have it someday" guns--but you got a really primo nice one too! I have a friend who has an old one and after shooting it--I really enjoyed much more than I thought I would. It was one of the reasons I started my son out on a pistol cartridge carbine for deer hunting. He's killed 4 deer with 357 Magnum before graduating to rifle cartridges.

                          Apart from being fairly minty condition, she seems to shoot about like you want one to shoot at 50 Yards. Hopefully a little wear will smooth out the trigger.

                          I have a deer stand where most of the shots are 50 yards and under and I would hesitate to throw some Federal Fusion Hollow Points in that Ruger and hunt with it. Why don't ya loan it to me?

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                            #14
                            Thanks for your kind words FBN! I would be happy to loan it to you. I'm not a hunter, I don't like killing things ..... but I like shooting stuff.

                            I was using 225 gr Hornady Levererlution. This ammo has run well in revolvers and runs great in my Rossi 1892, 16" barrel.

                            https://www.hornady.com/ammunition/h...erevolution#!/

                            I'm really happy with my purchase .... but I would like to smooth up the trigger somehow. The stock looks so perfect I'm sure it has been refinished. I'm not much of a target shooter but I'm thinking a better trigger and bedding the barrel would help quite a bit. These Ruger carbines are not noted for their accuracy but they are good enough for their intended purpose. One "minute of deer and hog" out to 80 - 90 yards!

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                              #15
                              I watched Hornady's Leverevolution video and all I can say is "Tubular, man!"

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