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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDY-A View Post
    Brittney and I found a Huge Snow Pile still 5 feet high in her apartment complex across the street. . We might make 2 Good Sized Snow Balls and put them in the cooler with the Brats, so Brian and Mr. Tim can have a Mini Snow Ball Fight if the Steaks are not cooked Correctly !


    He messes up my steak...Im gonna hold him down and shave his
    chin whiskers with my Bowie knife.
    Might feed him one of them snowballs too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fomdiddle View Post
    Yep
    I'm interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myflatline View Post
    no where big enough for me.. 3 9x40 minimum for this blind guy.

    Me too!!!

    In fact 9x is the minimum on my rifle scopes . . and these all go to 20x . . that way I can see the eyes of the flies at 100 yards!!!

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    [QUOTE=358 Win;4953418]
    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    I shot the 38-40 today and it didn't dis appoint.
    Spent most of the day in the lab loading ammo
    for the shoot.
    Haven't decided what all Im gonna shoot yet.
    Id like to see who has the most accurate 35rem...
    be interesting to see.[/QUOTE
    Brian, I don't know if I ever told this on here but my Pappy Drumheller had a Win Model 92 in 38-40. He was an excellent trick shooter with hand thrown targets. My Dad's brother Bill once told me how he and Pappy were working in the barn in the early 1920's when my grandmother came to the barn and says, Andy, there's a big deer in the upper pasture. My pappy tells Bill to hitch up the horses to the log sleigh and when he hears a shot, he should proceed to the upper pasture with the horses and sleigh. About a half hour after hitching up the horses my uncle Bill hears a shot and proceeds to the upper pasture with horses and sleigh. When he gets there he could not believe the size of the deer dead on the ground. It was a huge bull Elk that Pappy and Bill had to use the horses to pull it onto the wood sleigh. They butchered it down in the barn and uncle Bill said they had wash tubs full of meat. My grandmother, Gertrude, canned all the meat and stored it in crocks with a layer of fat on top. It lasted all winter for my Grandfather, Grandmother and their five kids. That 38-40 drove a 180 grain bullet at 1300 fps and it killed all the wild game my grandfather hunted. Today I guess that elk have all become bullet proof and won't die unless hit with at least a 180 grain bullet doing 3000 fps. NOW YOU KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY.

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    Great story Bob...
    I love this rifle...just hat the wood. Dang shame
    some jack-wagon over-sanded it the way they did.
    But I will fix it right.

    My load is the same as Tom's.
    18grs of H4227. Should be around 1230fps.
    Thats what he's getting.
    It dented my 3/8" dinger at 25yds.
    I believe this is close to the old "rifle only" load
    that was once available.
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    [QUOTE=navajo;4955354]
    Quote Originally Posted by 358 Win View Post




    Great story Bob...
    I love this rifle...just hat the wood. Dang shame
    some jack-wagon over-sanded it the way they did.
    But I will fix it right.

    My load is the same as Tom's.
    18grs of H4227. Should be around 1230fps.
    Thats what he's getting.
    It dented my 3/8" dinger at 25yds.
    I believe this is close to the old "rifle only" load
    that was once available.
    I am using IMR- 4227, but it should be close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    He messes up my steak...Im gonna hold him down and shave his
    chin whiskers with my Bowie knife.
    Might feed him one of them snowballs too.
    I can grill a steak for ya, and send it to ya in a flat rate envelope, along with a bottle of bbq sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KG View Post
    I can grill a steak for ya, and send it to ya in a flat rate envelope, along with a bottle of bbq sauce.
    Or I can send some pink duct tape to tie him down with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schtoolee View Post
    Anyone interested in me bringing down a Glenfield 30GT?
    I'm brangin' a Glenfield 30-30 carbine fer the trade blanket...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schtoolee View Post
    Was in the museum the other day, and saw it and thought, I don't really need it. So thought I would put it out there. Was only made 2 years, 1979-80. This one is an 1980.

    Glenfield 30GT (1980)c.jpg
    Ooooh... I like that!

    I'll trade you a Glenfield with a pistol grip fer that'n...

    Oops... Rider already has dibs. Tha's ok, I got lotsa Zeros and one of 'em is a 30-TK.
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