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#11
Mr_Gixxer;152972 Wrote:7.82 Lazzeroni Warbird

Sounds badass. I may have to bump that up the list a bit.

Dave;152977 Wrote:A new puppy?

Nope. No "purchasing" of puppies here - shelter dogs only.

And no more puppies - I don't wanna do the puppy thing any more. Older dogs only.

But good guess anyway! Wink
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#12
Emptymag;152979 Wrote:
Mr_Gixxer;152972 Wrote:7.82 Lazzeroni Warbird

Sounds badass. I may have to bump that up the list a bit.

Check out the L2012SP-XTLR and get out yer checkbook.

It even comes in the ever-so-popular 9.53 Saturn chambering.
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#13
Emptymag;152978 Wrote:
goofin;152970 Wrote:.257 Roberts?
Saywhowhatnow???

Rik Bitter;152971 Wrote:Given your recent lever gun fetish I was gonna go with 45-70 but since you "ordered" it instead of your usual horse-trading I'm gonna go with an AR in 7.62 x 51.

Oh no, nothing was ordered - this is horse trading alright - with layaway. Big Grin

YOU win first prize for nailing the caliber, but not an AR...

Hmmmm... Marlin 1895 Guide Gun because squared off lever loops are cool as hell. (and I want one too)
Ammunition, it's the new lead bullion. Buy it cheap and stack it deep.
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#14
That doesn't sound like a guess - it sounds like a shopping list. Big Grin
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#15
EM,
so you never heard of a 257 roberts, im sure your not the only one. a friends grandfather was a gunsmith and he built guns for people. i was lucky enough to be one of the few that was allowed to shoot any of his guns i wanted. the 257 was a great groundhog gun and you could easily take down deer with it. with its light recoil it made all day shooting more enjoyable. not as powerful as the 25.06 but a nice shooting gun.
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#16
Emptymag;152978 Wrote:Oh no, nothing was ordered - this is horse trading alright - with layaway. Big Grin

YOU win first prize for nailing the caliber, but not an AR...

Top one. No4 7.62x51 Savage-Charnwood Ordnance.

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http://www.enfield-rifles.com/forum_post...=5992&PN=4
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#17
goofin;152986 Wrote:EM,
so you never heard of a 257 roberts, im sure your not the only one. a friends grandfather was a gunsmith and he built guns for people. i was lucky enough to be one of the few that was allowed to shoot any of his guns i wanted. the 257 was a great groundhog gun and you could easily take down deer with it. with its light recoil it made all day shooting more enjoyable. not as powerful as the 25.06 but a nice shooting gun.

25.06??? Head is spinning...
It really is mind boggling how many calibers are out there.

soberbyker;152987 Wrote:
Emptymag;152978 Wrote:Oh no, nothing was ordered - this is horse trading alright - with layaway. Big Grin

YOU win first prize for nailing the caliber, but not an AR...

Top one. No4 7.62x51 Savage-Charnwood Ordnance.

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http://www.enfield-rifles.com/forum_post...=5992&PN=4

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#18
Sooo... is it 7.62x51R? AKA, 30-30?
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#19
Mr_Gixxer;152991 Wrote:Sooo... is it 7.62x51R? AKA, 30-30?

7.62x51 NATO AKA .308 Winchester
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Emptymag;152992 Wrote:
Mr_Gixxer;152991 Wrote:Sooo... is it 7.62x51R? AKA, 30-30?

7.62x51 NATO AKA .308 Winchester

But you said there wasn't any 3's...

:p
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