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    The fudd gun thread

    30/30 Winchester



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    Marlin Cowboy .45 LC



    Remington M700 Sendero .264 Win Mag



    Remington M700 VS .308 Win



    Ruger M77 MK II Target .220 Swift



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    Encore .45/70



    Marlin XL7 and Mossberg ATR 100 both in 30 06



    Also have another Marlin in .308 and a Stevens 200 in 30 06, I really need to take a family portrait I guess
    "I didn't even expect him to come up here, thinking it was that sweet. Thinking it's that candy land like that," White said. "He wanted to pickpocket everybody. But people out here, they weren't going for none of that."

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    I'm missing pics of the Winchester 1300 DU 12 G, Remington M700 .270, Savage 110 7mm Rem Mag, Savage SxS 12 G, Browning 1895 30/06 and the Marlin 44/40 cowboy.
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    Winchester Model 1300 National Wild Turkey Federation Commemorative...

    Remington Model 7 in 7mm-08...
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    I don't have any pics of them yet, but I got a Remy 700 in .308 LH, a Ruger M77 Hawkeye in .308 LH, and a 1909 Winny Model 1894 SRC in .30 WCF with a shotgun buttstock.

    (I know, I need to rectify that. I'm working on it...)
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    My latest - .338-06 ER Shaw barreled Savage - pulled the old barrel and installed the new phat one - haven't even shot it yet..



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    The one below the M14 is my fathers Model 99F .300 Savage. I own it now.

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    Those 99fs are pretty neat weapons.

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    OK, here's my 'Fudd' guns.

    Remy 700 .308 LH



    Ruger M77 Hawkeye .308 LH



    And the 1909 Winchester Model 1894 SRC .30 WCF



    The two bolt guns sport Sightron S1 3-9x40 scopes, BTW.
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    Here you go O.S.O.K Marlin XL-7 to 35 Whelen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterGrin_1 View Post
    Here you go O.S.O.K Marlin XL-7 to 35 Whelen.

    Okay great first post! Welcome!
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    It is all O.S.O.K 's Fault lol. Thank You.

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    Here is one pic had of two Rugers - the short one is .308

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    Some good looking fudds!!!!

    And jester! Glad you found your way over here

    Hey - do the Marlin's have the same thread count barrels and nuts as the Savages? If so, that means they are easy barrel switch candidates too - is that what you did? I bet that's a great cast boolit shooter
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    I take offense to including lever action as fudd guns, lever actions are cowboy guns and cowboys are not fudds.


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    Jim Zumbo is a cowboy and a fudd. How do you explain that?

    And just to keep the thread on-track:

    Marlin 336 rechambered to .356 Win by Regan Nonneman:

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    So now we have to be PC in a gun porn thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by O.S.O.K. View Post
    Some good looking fudds!!!!

    And jester! Glad you found your way over here

    Hey - do the Marlin's have the same thread count barrels and nuts as the Savages? If so, that means they are easy barrel switch candidates too - is that what you did? I bet that's a great cast boolit shooter
    I had the rifle built as the action was squared and trued and the lugs squared and lapped. But you are correct it is the same thread as the savage small shank. BUT when you head space sometimes you will have to remove a few thousands from the breach end of a savage barrel to head space correctly. Other wise it is a bolt on deal.

    And as of yet I have not fired 1 single round out of the rifle lol. I just got it a few days ago. But the builder did shoot some sub 5 shot 1/2 groups at 100 yards with the Sierra 225Gr at 2800FPS.

    I have some Speer 250Gr SP Hot-Core's loaded up to try when I am able to get to the range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterGrin_1 View Post
    I had the rifle built as the action was squared and trued and the lugs squared and lapped. But you are correct it is the same thread as the savage small shank. BUT when you head space sometimes you will have to remove a few thousands from the breach end of a savage barrel to head space correctly. Other wise it is a bolt on deal.

    And as of yet I have not fired 1 single round out of the rifle lol. I just got it a few days ago. But the builder did shoot some sub 5 shot 1/2 groups at 100 yards with the Sierra 225Gr at 2800FPS.

    I have some Speer 250Gr SP Hot-Core's loaded up to try when I am able to get to the range.
    Are you on the marlin owners forum by any chance?
    "I didn't even expect him to come up here, thinking it was that sweet. Thinking it's that candy land like that," White said. "He wanted to pickpocket everybody. But people out here, they weren't going for none of that."

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    We careered round and round for perhaps an hour, flying rather than floating, getting gradually more and more into the middle of the surge, and then nearer and nearer to its horrible inner edge.
    Quote Originally Posted by ROCK ME AMADEUS
    Then Use the motherfucking PURPLE ....

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