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At the Masters one year they had both a .44 and .357 for us to play with shooting clumps of dirt or whatever about 100 yards away. The .357 was a hoot and more fun to shoot for me than the .44 But the .44 did speak with much more authority ;)
 

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I live in California i dont know I'm even allowed to say G*. They say Nancy Pelosi has chip every man in Ca and if he even has an emotional response from gun talk a small shock will tase them right at the perineum. So i have to choose wisely. The gun i may want might not even exist any longer. I can't remember the name but I was looking at a gun warehouse one day and you know handguns were ranging from $300 to $800... one company had their handguns then start at about $2500 I got to thinking what the h** different did they do to where this gun cost that much? There shotguns were like $7000 it was ridiculous I mean they must have a amazing Craftsmanship...
 

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I live in California i dont know I'm even allowed to say G*. They say Nancy Pelosi has chip every man in Ca and if he even has an emotional response from gun talk a small shock will tase them right at the perineum. So i have to choose wisely. The gun i may want might not even exist any longer. I can't remember the name but I was looking at a gun warehouse one day and you know handguns were ranging from $300 to $800... one company had their handguns then start at about $2500 I got to thinking what the h** different did they do to where this gun cost that much? There shotguns were like $7000 it was ridiculous I mean they must have a amazing Craftsmanship...
A Parkwest Arms custom rifle costs $8000-$12,000. Makes a $1200 Winchester 70 seem like a real bargain.
 

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👀 maybe once in my life id like to either own just see what the process is that goes into what on the outside looks pretty steep... There are probably so many perks anything fails anything breaks replaced you can chips anything cracks replaced I mean if I give you a lifetime supply of bullets or ammo Not surprised at the craftsmanship is one of a kind
 

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👀 maybe once in my life id like to either own just see what the process is that goes into what on the outside looks pretty steep... There are probably so many perks anything fails anything breaks replaced you can chips anything cracks replaced I mean if I give you a lifetime supply of bullets or ammo Not surprised at the craftsmanship is one of a kind
What the heck is this??:oops::oops:
 

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I already have more guns than I know what to do with, but I've really had the desire to add a Walther PPK to the mix,
 

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Last year I was going to buy a CZ 457 bolt rifle in 22lr. I couldn't find one anywhere. This year when I get the cash I think I will just order one and wait until it comes in. I bought the Ruger Precision Rifle and it's pretty good. Everyone at the club is telling me the CZ is the best mid-cost competition rifle you can buy. I need to see if it can beat the Ruger.
 

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A “still in development stages” Ruger-built , Marlin Model “94” , straight stock (cowboy) lever action, .30-30 , with a 22” barrel , and cupped butt plate
That'll be a mite difficult to do. The Marlin '94 won't chamber the 30-30.
 
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