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That is a long ride. Bear guide in Minnesota was going to hunt Newfoundland and said it would be a 3 day drive and then a 7-8 hour ferry ride.
yeah a little, 2000mi one way.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Still here
« Last post by truck driver 2 on Today at 11:14:09 AM »
Good luck and I pray the surgery goes well.
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I really liked my 27.5 incher,in 1 in 12,on my 257Roy.It smoked the 75 grain Hornady's
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What do you think you'll gain out of the extra 6 inches of barrel?
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It should be at least a true 30.It will be interesting to see how much speed I can pick up with the longer barrel.We all know their is a point of diminishing returns.Strictly a bench gun so I don't  mind the extra length and weight.I went with the 1-10 twist to shoot 40 grain and perhaps heavier bullets.Just have to see what it likes.
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That would be 32" before threading and chambering right?
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Good for you Roger, let's us know how the barrel looks when you get it, or better yet, when you have it on the rifle.  ;D  Oh yeah, and how it shoots.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Still here
« Last post by PARA45 on Today at 08:51:12 AM »
Good luck to ya, and we'll be praying for everything to go as plan and a quick recovery.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Still here
« Last post by godscountry on Today at 08:45:36 AM »
Good luck, may God guide the surgeon's hands.
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I have quite a few Shilen barrels and they are very accurate. I have several different types (Shilen, Krieger, Bartlein, Lilja, etc...) and I've never gotten a bad one. Additionally, all of them are great companies.
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