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Whitetail Deer / Re: 240 weatherby on deer
« Last post by northern hunter on Today at 05:47:42 AM »
As everybody is saying that one is a great deer caliber. I've dumped plenty of deer in Alberta with a 6mm and the 240 is a suped up a bit more so you should have no problem.
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Godcountry, that's exactly right as posted  I got a accumark 223 in early 2000s from Herdershots that time Hancock Md (right down road from you )now in Hagerstown Md and that's what Jerry told me only blemish in finishing somewhere the rifle shoots extremely accurate got a lot wear on it now predator hunting still accurate

Enjoy your day Mike
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Thanks 224King and Chris, I was just curious as to why they would send 2nds out.
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Whitetail Deer / Re: 240 weatherby on deer
« Last post by Railroader82 on Yesterday at 08:13:18 PM »
Awesome! Never have been one for tracking . I like watching them crumble!
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It would be a cosmetic issue only, if the issue was a functioning issue it wouldn't be release from the factory.  Also they mark them with a 2 under the bolt handle in the stock.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Weatherby Mark V marked as 2nd?
« Last post by 224KING on Yesterday at 07:11:39 PM »
Don't think that accuracy is why one would be a 2nd.
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Would they ship a rifle out that wouldn't shoot MOA and just label it a 2nd?
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Whitetail Deer / Re: 240 weatherby on deer
« Last post by 224KING on Yesterday at 07:08:21 PM »
The 85 grain Barnes TSX kills them DRT and doesn't tear a bunch of meat up while doing it.I never shoot anything else.I have flattened a couple big pigs with the same ammo too.Boiler room hits and they go down.Try to run on their sides for a few seconds then still from now on.
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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / Re: Weatherby Mark V marked as 2nd?
« Last post by 224KING on Yesterday at 06:42:45 PM »
Stock finish blemish.Blemish on the metal parts whether blued or stainless.
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Whitetail Deer / Re: 240 weatherby on deer
« Last post by Railroader82 on Yesterday at 06:33:24 PM »
Thanks Guys. I need to start handloading. I've only ever cranked off some pistol rounds from my Dillon 550B. So it's kinda new to me.
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