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Location: Nebraska
Joined: 08/21/2003
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One gun, two gun, three gun?

Well today my step dad decided that i needed a shot gun for the turkey season that starts monday so he went out and got me a new Remington 870 Express Super Magnum 12 guage that is just killer.

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Location: Nebraska
Joined: 12/24/2002
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One gun, two gun, three gun?

antelope & Deer
Rem. 700 bdl 25-06 of course , but would like to have a 300 mag. if I ever go elk hunting.
coyotes or varmints
Rem. 700 classic 220 swift, and a ruger 10/22
I also use my 25-06 some.
Birds
Rem. 11-87 12 ga.

my 220 and the 2506 both have 6x leupold scopes, but am thinking about a variable for my 220, for those long shots at the dog town.

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Location: Nova Scotia
Joined: 08/17/2002
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One gun, two gun, three gun?

I have a few to choose from but I keep grabbing the same ones:
Rem sendero 300rum for big game
Rem 11-87 12 gauge for ducks
savage 22WRM for small game

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Location: Nine Mile Falls Wash.
Joined: 09/20/2003
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One gun, two gun, three gun?

I have a number of guns but when the modern opens I use my 480 Ruger Super Redhawk and when I get to itchen for the smell of sulfer I use my 54 T/C with a custom greenriver 34 inch barrel with a one in sixty six twist. I don't believe in long shots. I like to get up close and personal with the game I shoot.

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Location: orygun
Joined: 10/11/2003
Posts: 19
One gun, two gun, three gun?

I depend on my Ruger M77 MKII Compact with Nikon 2x9x40 for my fun out in the woods. Its short, light weight, and fun to shoot.

RR

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Location: Wisconsin
Joined: 10/13/2003
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One gun, two gun, three gun?

I use a variety of different guns depending on the day or the weather. Hunting the hills of Western Wisconsin on a clear day i shoot a Winchester Model 70 Classis Sporter XTR .300 win mag for those long shots across hills. For days when visibility isn't great i use a Browning A-bolt Stainless Stalker (.270) and for pounding the brush i use a I use my old Remington 742 .308 automatic for those close fast shots. Depends on the day and weather, these are my back up rifles.