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Gun Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. JLibourel

    JLibourel Distinguished Member

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    Just saw in yesterday's news that a fellow on bear hunt in North Carolina was suddenly confronted at very close range by a gigantic, 640-pound black bear. He quickly borrowed the guide's rifle (his buddies had been out chasing the bears, he was merely waiting around) and dropped the monster bear dead in his tracks with a single, well placed shot to the neck. And what did he use? None other than good old .30-30 that's been around over 122 years. So much for all the bullcrap about "caliber adequacy" and the need for the newest magnums that is spewed out endlessly in the gun press and elsewhere!
     


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  3. JLibourel

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    How cool to have a big scar like that running across your face! I know that scars from grizzly maulings were a source of pride to the mountain men who survived them. I always thought it would have been cool to have attended a university in Germany and come away with some dueling scars like Otto Skorzeny.
     


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