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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator 45/70 View Post
    It's damn hot at that...But I'm reading on Bayoubucks that a few guys are sticking does so far
    When it’s hot you have to target wet areas. We have a couple creeks that run through the property that are always wet so I’ll be targeting those areas. It has been super dry at our place so I’m hoping to concentrate on one the creeks and nail one. Bucks or slicks isn’t really that important to me.

    I’m not good enough to be picky

  2. #102

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    300 Win Mag. Can take down anything in this hemisphere and if you reload, it can be loaded very light for small game or way up for elk, moose.

  3. #103
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    7mm they take a dirt nap quick

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    I like a contender but gotta be ready for bear
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  5. #105

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemihur View Post
    I like a contender but gotta be ready for bear
    Damn sweet man,You were in Richmond yesterday by chance?
    "When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Your Tomorrow, We Gave Our's Today"

    Voting is the responsibility of a citizen, even if voting may not necessarily be obligatory. To not vote seems to me to be an abrogation of one's responsibility as a citizen, regardless of one's politics.

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    My go to is 45/70

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    I stated earlier that my favorite deer caliber is the .308 but after thinking about it again, all of the calibers that I or my kids have hunted with have been lights out out to at least 300 yards (except for the .243, only because we haven’t taken anything with it that far). I think if you put the round where it’s supposed to go, anything larger than a .22 caliber will kill, within its effective range.

    We’ve been super successful with the following calibers:

    .243 - amazing little round that has dropped them in their tracks at times and put them down after running up to 100 yards. Tikka T3 youth model.

    7mm-08 - great knock down punch and very flat shooting, extremely accurate out of my boy’s Tikka T3 youth model

    Ole trusty Remington 700 .308 - what can I say? Tried and true. Great all-around caliber. Other calibers that do certain things better than the .308 but if I could only have one rifle, I would still pick the .308.

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