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    What is the .35 Remington Advantage....Continued

    The old monster is getting too big and lots of folks are having a time just opening it. I locked it and unstuck it. Here is your new one.

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    RB, how awesome is that? The almost 7 years we had our last Golden, Moose, all the bird nests in our trees were lined with his silky soft fur that the birds collected for just that purpose. We collected all his hair from brushing him but some apparently was not thrown out. I still have a nest lined with his fur in my motorcycle storage shed.

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    What the hey?!?! we lost all of the posts!!! That was a lot of history we lost today....

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    Since we lost all our history on this thread I will have to start over - Kaweskar asked me to check out some S&W revolvers in a local 5 gun sale. So he din't get any and I ended up buying this beauty - Here is the S&W 629 .44Magnum that I bought for me . . . the Padauk Grips are beautiful as well as very comfortable . . .

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    Congrats there G B, nice score.
    Well guess we ain't gonna make 80,000 posts.

    And it looks like the 35 Rem. can take down www.

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    Joel, I haven't needed the video yet...
    I agree, an over-powered bolt is no good... just wondered if it was anticipated in the design.

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    THem 30-30 guys have pull like Obamma, they shut down the Advantage without do cause
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    These are the 35 Rems I am going to use this year in the woods--a 1979 Rem Mod 760 and a 2007 336XLR.

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