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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Weatherby shooting
« Last post by Jlorsun on Today at 06:19:50 PM »
Might as well throw away that .270 someone on here said they are overrated  ::)
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Politics
« Last post by purplefox66 on Today at 06:17:49 PM »
What happened to the Weatherby Nation most of the long time posters have come to love.  Now far too many threads are political and not in a good way.  There is way too much bashing on  any side. What happened to the helpful people who used to post.  Weatherby Nation has turned into something worse than 24 hr campfire. I am just about to leave the nation as I can't stand all the political bull s,,t going on  :(
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Rifles / Re: Now I have me a dilemma
« Last post by BB340 on Today at 05:28:03 PM »
Man that thing is sexy as! I'd be proud to take it out hunting or even just to the range. I can see your dilemma though. But for me I buy rifles to shoot not sit in a safe. That is probably why I don't buy real collectors type rifles.
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Rifles / Re: Starting Point
« Last post by eford on Today at 05:13:55 PM »
Roy Weatherby designed the 300 Wby for a 180 grain bullet. That does not mean yours couldnít consistently put 200 grain bullets where you want them. Mine donít like the lighter bullets and Iím completely happy with the sub 1Ē groups I get. Nothing Iíve hit with my 300 Wby has gotten far, except all the way to the dirt.
Iím positive the twist rate on the rifle is 1:10.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Bill to abolish the ATF
« Last post by Grouchy on Today at 04:22:28 PM »
Marishka voted for the stop and frisk" mayor that ignored the term limits, Little Mike!  LOL!
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Bill to abolish the ATF
« Last post by 224KING on Today at 03:51:59 PM »
Democrats don't know whether they are coming or going.One day they want to make new laws that aren't any better than ones already on the books and the next day they want to abolish or defund the people that uphold the law.I would like to here the explanation of how this actually works.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Don't buy Remington ammo
« Last post by Grouchy on Today at 03:42:30 PM »
I'm just glad i snagged up enough  quality 22LR after the Obama shortage to last me the 4 years till the Biden/Harris  over spending regime is over. Hopefully, 2022 regains congress!
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Wyoming Draw
« Last post by wyominghunter on Today at 03:12:45 PM »
Iíve heard similar reports on the burn here. Iíll have to do some August/September scouting, I suppose.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Bill to abolish the ATF
« Last post by Grouchy on Today at 03:05:28 PM »
+1 , Dino!  We all know Marishka as a democrap troll that ignores the obvious.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Bill to abolish the ATF
« Last post by Dino82520 on Today at 01:47:26 PM »
I do not know of such a bill and doubt seriously if such would be presented by an sane person. It appears that ilegal guns and bad dealers are now the targets and that is a good thing.  https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/as-gun-violence-soars-biden-to-target-rogue-dealers-illegal-firearms-in-new-crime-strategy/ar-AALlnLp?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531

If you believe that, I can't wait for David Chipman, AKA The Waco Kid, to send a team of agents pay you a visit.

The ATF has a very long history of going after law abiding citizens just to increase their budget. Besides the very well known, documented and equally conflicting incident that happened at Waco, There is also another VERY well known but the actual outcome is not well known. This would be the event that happened known as "Ruby Ridge." A child was murdered, a pregnant woman was murdered, and the family's dog was murdered after another siege of a private cabin owned by Randy Weaver who was contacted by the ATF in hopes to entrap him with a crime he did not commit. The ATF claims but has yet to release any evidence suggesting they were contacted by someone who suggested that Randy had sold them two illegal fire-arms. The ATF also wanted Randy to 'infiltrate' a group of individuals whom the ATF was already watching to gather evidence for the ATF to use in a criminal case. Randy declined. The full ending after the tragic events of "Ruby Ridge," Randy sued the government and was awarded with over $3 million. All of this is public knowledge and can be easily found.

The ATF has also been increasing their targeting if other law abiding citizens and dealers whom sell fire-arms with searches to 'ensure record keeping practices' while also going after private companies who have already been cleared by the ATF to sell their products. (Look up the entirety of the 80% fire-arm debate)
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