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Last Post 11 Dec 2008 03:45 AM by Dakota Danny. 4 Replies.
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Al3006
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07 Dec 2008 11:05 PM  
I have used a Remington Model 742 semi auto in .30-06 to hunt moose and deer for 40 years. I have finally had more than enough jamming issues...I prefer the semi-auto action as we hunt semi thick/thick bush and running deer/moose are common at ranges of 50 yards to 100 yards, however we go northwest in Ontario occassionally to hunt moose and can get shots to 300 yards +. I am hoping to get recommendations for shells to shoot deer and moose with.... I had great success with the .30-06 in 180 grain Remington A Frame s for moose and deer. Remington has a 160 grain in A Frame & I am leaning towards that. Any opinions/recommendations are most welcome. Thx Al
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09 Dec 2008 12:53 PM  
I own a 7mm Mag an shoot a 150 grain Nosler Partition through it since 1980 that rifle never shot a factory round through it,I've taken a moose an several elk an deer with that round,wouldn't go with nothing but.
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09 Dec 2008 02:02 PM  
I have a Ruger M77 Mk II in 7mm mag and it does very good with Hornady 154 grn BTSP .
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09 Dec 2008 02:24 PM  
I have a 7mm mag 4 sale in the classified sec. listed 4 $1700.00 will let go 4 $1400.00 with everthing case -scope the whole 9 yards. gun is in perfect cond. less than a box of shells shot.
health forces sale.

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11 Dec 2008 03:45 AM  
I guess that I feel semi-auto action should be left to shotguns and varmit rifles. I like the more simple rifle with a bolt or single shot. The less moving parts, the less trouble. That is only my opinion.
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