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WesternHunter's picture
Joined: 05/05/2006
Posts: 2374

enjoy that new rifle.  be safe.

BoneCollector's picture
Location: Ohio woods
Joined: 02/01/2011
Posts: 293

It's been 7 years... Big smile So now, you got me wondering; how did that hunt turn out! Big smile

SoCoKHntr's picture
Location: Pueblo Colorado
Joined: 12/18/2006
Posts: 1817

Is now a semi old rifle. LOL What happened thar Western got caught in a time warp?

Critter's picture
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!Moderator
Location: Western Colorado
Joined: 03/26/2009
Posts: 4262
I have actually thought about

I have actually thought about going back as far as we can on post and answering a few of the questions that never were answered.

I doubt that would perk up much intrest but it could be fun. Dancing

WesternHunter's picture
Joined: 05/05/2006
Posts: 2374
keeping it going.

Ha ha, didn't notice the date on the original post.  Guess I'm just trying to keep the action going here on BGH lol

Don Fischer's picture
Location: Antelope, Ore
Joined: 03/24/2005
Posts: 3205
I have appearently seen the

I have appearently seen the rifle but now it can't be opulled up any more. Memory not all it used to be. If that was an L61R then the machining in the reciever is for mounting a scope. I don't remember if Sako ring's came with it or not but I'd think they did. They were the best factory rifle's I've ever owned. At that time they were owned bu the Finish Red Cross. it was transfered to them during WWII to keep it away from the Natzi's is the story I heard.

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