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20 Aug 2007 12:46 AM  
Winchester Mod 70 3006. I can't tell you how many deer this gun has killed.
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23 Aug 2007 04:10 AM  
got to go with the Rem 700   270
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25 Aug 2007 01:29 PM  
winchester mod 12 12ga. , remington 11-87 or winchester 1300 off the top of my head it might be a 1200 not sure
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30 Aug 2007 12:34 AM  
Well tubby you know its my weatherby 30:06 with a zeiss scope.
next will be my browning 270 wsm with a Swarovski scope.
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07 Sep 2007 12:46 AM  
35 Rem. with the Hornaday Leverevolution ammo.
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07 Sep 2007 02:21 PM  
my 12 gauge mossburg sluggster, w/4x32 scope shots 3 inch copper federals dead on at 100 yards, deadly on anything from 10 to 150 yards. I live in a slug only state
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10 Sep 2007 03:40 AM  
Remington 7mmultra mag
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11 Sep 2007 03:31 AM  
Well, I really have a hard time to decide, my Marlin mod.30AS in 30-30 kill's them pretty dead. Still the Winchester Mod. 70 in .270 hasn't really had a hard time killing them either. My dad's 30-30 Savage bolt has been known to stop a heart. I haven't dared to shoot a deer with the Marlin 444 yet, because I am afraid that I won't get a chance to eat any of the meat.(SPLAT) I just picked up a Marlin 336CS in 35 Rem., I am anxious to hunt with that one. My TC Contender in 7-30 Waters seems quite promising, as well as my Traditions .50 cal. Maybe this year I'll try one of the .357's, Colt or Ruger. I guess that I like any thing that will get the job done with out much tracking.
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11 Sep 2007 10:49 PM  
My 1st Choice would be my Mossberg 30-06 2nd would be my T/C Omega Muzzleloader in 50 Cal.

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15 Sep 2007 05:54 AM  
Remington model 700
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15 Sep 2007 11:05 AM  
Right now it is my 12 ga., Mossberg 500 shotgun. Most of the state I live in is Shotgun only.

The bottom two tiers for the southern counties of my state has a rifle season in January. And I do want to try it some day, if or when I get the money to get me a good deer rifle to go do it with.

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22 Sep 2007 07:12 PM  
Rem 7400 30-06, marlin leaver 30-30, marlin 22 mag ( coyote's )
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27 Sep 2007 03:59 PM  
.50 cal Thompson Center Encore Musket with Nikon Omega scope
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27 Sep 2007 07:32 PM  
Remington 30-06's.

I have three but out of the three it is my Remington Model 700 ADL with synthetic stock 6-12x44 Tasco scope and bipod that I take to the woods.

I also have a Remington Model 742 BDL 30-06 semi-auto with a 3-9x40 Tasco scope and a
Remington Model 760 BDL 30-06 pump with a 3-9x40 Tasco scope. I have used both to take some nice bucks in the past, but now my love is the 700. The pump and semi don't see much action now.
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28 Sep 2007 09:16 PM  
Browning A-bolt left handed .270 with a Nikon Buckmaster Scope (long range and stand hunting)
Browning Lever Action in .308 with a bushnell Sportview 4x (fast shooting-stalking)
CVA Optima Pro .50 with Nikon Omega BDC Scope
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30 Sep 2007 03:47 PM  
Posted By r_rayjr on 09/15/2007 5:05 AM
Right now it is my 12 ga., Mossberg 500 shotgun. Most of the state I live in is Shotgun only.

The bottom two tiers for the southern counties of my state has a rifle season in January. And I do want to try it some day, if or when I get the money to get me a good deer rifle to go do it with.

Oh Dude you so badly need a muzzleloader - They are awesome they will shoot about a 2 in group at 200 yds. Put a Nikon Omega Scope on a TC Omega and run a wet then a dry patch down the barrel after each shot  and use 150 gr of tripple 7 with a Barnes 250 gr Sabbot.   Rifle season in Union Co and Appanoose Co is OK but its really cold by then, I'd rather knock down some does in Bow season, but I do get a farm unit tag to give the sniper rifle a kill.




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06 Oct 2007 08:32 PM  
My Ithica 12 guage
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05 Nov 2007 10:19 PM  
I like my remington adl .270 i reload 140gr btsp the deer don't go far
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05 Nov 2007 11:25 PM  
I have several and no specific favorite. I would say my choise is based on the area im hunting , thickness of cover , shot ranges ect

I guess my fav would be one of my pretty rifles like my 700BDL or my Gold Medallion ect but ive shot 10X more deer with a real beat up marlin .44mag lever action you have to single load , have some rust spots , scratches ect and has spent its whole life as a behind the seat of a truck , laying in a canoe , in the corner of the cabin as a back up ect. It doesnt seem like it should be the one thats killed the most but I guess life works that one some times.
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06 Nov 2007 08:18 PM  
I use my remington 1100 308, our my old faithful pre 64 winchester 30-30.
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