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    Divernhunter replied to the thread IMR4831.
    While I use RL22 now I have used IMR4831 and it worked well. It was also good in my 25-06
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread Using old primers?.
    you are making me feel really old. I have primers I bought in the 1960's and they still work just fine.
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread 257 cal bullet FS.
    you need to post a price
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread Norma Bullets.
    how much do you spend on deer hunting--gas/tags/rifle and scope/cost of transportation/camping stuff(or RV) and other extensives?? I bet...
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    I use them for plinking. I have bullets I like better for hunting. Had a couple of bad experiences with the BT hunting with them on deer...
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    I have one for my 7.5" Ruger 44mag and like it. I have used it for hunting
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread 130gr. TTSX in 308 Win..
    Yes it is a T/C Encore pistol with a 15" barrel. I had it drilled for the rifle forearm and can also use a Harris Bipod on it. It has...
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread 130gr. TTSX in 308 Win..
    I was speaking of all the different LRX bullets. I would never use a Barnes bullet that was more than 150gr in a 308win. I prefer the...
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread 130gr. TTSX in 308 Win..
    And the LRX bullets open at 1600FPS. The bullets for the 30-30 open up sooner yet said Barnes as I remember. I have the 30-30 bullets...
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread brass , new vs. used.
    I use new brass for all my hunting ammo. As far as different brass---I was getting very small groups with my 338win mag. Then I mixed...
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread 7-08, Win 760 question.
    This is what I use in mt Tikka T-3 Lite. It has a short barrel
    • 7-08 loads to use.jpg
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    Divernhunter replied to the thread What's Your "Fun Gun"?.
    I enjoy most all my firearms but the most fun rifle is one of my two 50BMG rifles. Shooting them is the most fun you can have with your...
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