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I believe state are not allowing animals not processed, GA is the same.  I canít bring an animal head to be mounted here to avoid spreading any disease.  There were no mule deer tags for non-res in SD either. 
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Andi
« Last post by PARA45 on Today at 07:19:40 AM »
LOL, Iíll remember that.  Yes I am, got home on Mon at 0305 AM  ;D. Long day of traveling, no easy way to get there and back.  Glad I was traveling with a dog.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Saturday
« Last post by PARA45 on Today at 07:16:44 AM »
  ;D ;D  Yes they are LOL!!!
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Saturday
« Last post by Grouchy on Today at 04:42:21 AM »
 :)
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: South Dakota 2021 report
« Last post by catskinner on Yesterday at 08:23:40 PM »
that a frame looks a lot like the one I used to live in  8) good luck with your hunts

Rob
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Rifles / Re: Weatherby Cinderlite
« Last post by BjornF16 on Yesterday at 08:00:34 PM »
Check out the Weatherby website.  They just added a Mark V Hunter to the line up.  Itís being offered in various Weatherby and standard calibers.  The specifications are similar to the Cinderlite, but a darker colored stock.

Yes, I saw the Hunter line. Several differences between Hunter and Cinderlite:
Weight: 7.2 vs 6.75 lbs
Barrel: non-fluted vs fluted
Stock: Polymer vs fiberglass
Muzzle brake: none vs Accubrake ST

In looking at the old specs for the Mark V Ultra Lightweight, it appears that the Cinderlite is copy of the Ultralight with exception of having Cerakote and TriggerTech trigger.

I was looking for Hunter in 300 WM but I may just grab one of those Cinderliteís.
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Rifles / Re: Weatherby Cinderlite
« Last post by Flying Lead on Yesterday at 07:55:54 PM »
Check out the Weatherby website.  They just added a Mark V Hunter to the line up.  Itís being offered in various Weatherby and standard calibers.  The specifications are similar to the Cinderlite, but a darker colored stock.
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Iím ready for a 20 gauge synthetic Element and a 6.5 RPM in a Weathermark or an Accumark. Those are my choices for the next purchases.
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Rifles / Re: Weatherby Cinderlite
« Last post by BjornF16 on Yesterday at 06:55:09 PM »
Iím seeing various cartridges in both Weatherby and non-Weatherby.

Iím temptedÖ looks like Weathermark LT setup.

Here are specs I found:

WEATHERBY MARK V CINDERLITE 300 WINMAG 26" BARREL 3+1 Capacity CEMENT GRAY FIBERGLASS MONTE CARLO W/BLACK WEB STOCK

Gun Type: Rifle: All Types, Rifle: Bolt Action
Model Series: Mark V
Caliber: 300 Win Mag
Capacity: 3+1
Barrel Length: 26 in.
Minimum/Overall Length: 48.625 in.
Weight: 6.75 lbs
Safety: 3 Position
Frame Finish: Tungsten Cerakote
Embellishments: Spiral Fluted Bolt
Drilled & Tapped: Yes
Features: 54 Degree Bolt Lift Weatherby SUB-MOA Guarantee Hand-lapped Barrel
Finish: Gray
Trigger: Trigger Tech Field 2.5-5 lbs
Magazine Type: Hinged Floorplate
Trigger Pull Average: 3.000
Barrel Configuration: Single
Barrel Description: Stainless #2 Mod, Fluted
Barrel Twist: 1-10
Muzzle: Accubrake ST
Threaded Barrel: Yes
Rifled Barrel: Yes
Minimum Pull Length: 13.625 in.
Maximum Pull Length: 13.625
Sling Attachment: Yes
Buttplate/Recoil Pad: Pachmayr Decelerator Pad

I think the 3 position safety must be typoÖ
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Elk hunt
« Last post by PARA45 on Yesterday at 06:39:35 PM »
Nice Mike!  I hope you guys can find the heard, and connect.  Good luck on the remaining of the hunt. 
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