Well, I hate to admit that I've lost some of mine. seemed important at the time, but I was not as smart as I shouldda been. I do still have the bullets from the jumbo Georgia hog though and at some point want to marry them up with the mount, some how.
Lots of bullets lost "on the other side" and lots more never thought of. I do appreciate things now more, however. Need I elaborate??
I have a lot of them in trays on the reloading bench. I was thinking of glueing the mushroomed bullet into the mouth of the fired casing and mounting with the skull mount or shoulder mount of the deer. I think I will put the the bullet of the boar hog I killed on the nose of the skull. But for the most part, they sit in a reloading tray.
There is something about the look and feel of a bolt action rifle with a walnut stock that pleases me. Call me old fashioned, but the character of the rifle I choose to own is equally as important to me as how that rifle performs.
I’ll be the first to admit that the lack of weight in a carbon fiber stock is awfully nice when chasing elk in high country and that any synthetic could help a bit when mother natured decides to rain on your parade. My own preference, however, is to...