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Mauser 98 STD DIPLOMAT





https://www.mauser.com/en/Mauser-98.

https://www.mauser.com/en/mauser-98.html











I guess I always needed a .450 Rigby... what a beautiful rifle.  If it comes with "original" Mauser quality, I'm IN...
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I would love to have one of the NEW GENERATION Mausers....but I would have to sell my truck....





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I can sell my '93 F250 sitting out back.  I might afford a case for one... MAYBE.

But lordy what wood....     Go ahead I know you want too.
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Sako High Power Bolt Action Rifle

FN Belgium action Sako rifle


  
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love my Dumoulin FN 404J
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love my Dumoulin FN 404J
I KNEW you had class... that is an awesome firearm.  With proper ammo loading, compares very favorably with the .416 Rigby in performance and the Dumoulin FN 404J is just a beautiful rifle... at least the ones I've seen.  Something any hunter would be very proud to carry on a big game hunt.  
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Winchester Model 88 Lever Action Rifle Cal. .358 Win Pre 64 For Sale at  GunAuction.com - 8229957




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ARMSLIST - For Sale: Remington 725 280

Remington Model 725     (1958-1961)

Remington 725 Bolt action 30-06 for sale









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Remington - Model 725 .30-06 Scarce Rifle, Good Original Shape...Mfd 1959,  C&amp;R For Sale at GunAuction.com - 10349793






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ARMSLIST - For Sale: Remington 725 280

Remington Model 725     (1958-1961)

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There's two of these for sale on 24hourcampfire.com right now.  A .30-06 and a .280.
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They make the Remington 700 look like crap!!   I had a 270 but I had to sell it to save my ex-wife's house....(it's a long story.....)
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Ruger® 10/22® Carbine Autoloading Rifle Model 1265

I saw one of these today. Do they still make these?    





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Ruger® 10/22® Carbine Autoloading Rifle Model 1265

I saw one of these today. Do they still make these?   

If that’s a .44, no. 





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that looks like a 1022 with the side bolt and rotary mag release lever.
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It's a 22, guys. I saw a used one the other day. I know they made a Limited Edition a few years ago, but I was wondering if these were still in the catalogue. 





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No, Ruger quit making blue steel and walnut guns years ago. It's all stainless and plastic now.
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Was in KCR yesterday when one of the guys was setting out a Glock 17, Gen 5. It was only one of two Glocks in the new gun side of the store.
I walked down to the end of the counter, turned and looked back, and the guy was selling the Glock 17. Thirty minutes later, the other Glock (a G48) was sold too.
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