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norseman
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4 hours ago, PBeaton said:

Oh sure...rub it in ! haha ! 

Remember Bob Munden ?

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Thats Cowboy quick draw! No! Not that good! Cowboy Action shooting ia slower, includes carbines and shotguns too. 

 

 

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PBeaton

I ever win the lottery, I'm doin' that once a week haha ! 

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Bigjeepman

PBeaton  is that a henry golden boy 4570?  What a sweet rifle  

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PBeaton

Bigjeepman,

 

A Henry Big Boy large lever carbine in 44 magnum. I don't own any of those...but if I win the lottery... :) 

 

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MIB

The super blackhawk in the bottom left is interesting.   To my knowledge Ruger never offered the square backed "Dragoon" grip frame and the 4-5/8" barrel together.    I suspect that is custom ... I had a 7-1/2 inch barreled gun cut down like that back in the 80s only mine was blued.   Interesting thing ... that appears to be a S&W red ramp front sight, not a Ruger offering.   Cool gun.

 

MIB

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PBeaton

MIB,

 

Mag-na-port did a small run of them way back, always liked them. Called a Ruger Super Blackhawk Tomahawk, 44 mag. Besides bein' mag na ported, it was supposed to have been gone over an refined.

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norseman
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LOL!

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Huntster

Last week two guys were out on the Kenai Peninsula on snow machines. The guy in the lead got tangled up in some alders and broke a belt.  While fixing it, a big grizz in his den nearby wakes up pissed off! The bear emerged and came straight at them. Luckily his buddy was parked next to him facing down hill. The broke down guy jumps on and they got away. They went home and got tags and rifles and went back the next day. When they got back the bear charged them again and they shot it. It was a 9.5 footer w/ 27.5" skull and 15 years old.

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norseman
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Big boy!!!

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Huntster

Yeah, a nice bear. And in February!

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NatFoot
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Do bear tags not have time frames for when you can legally shoot one like a deer or elk?

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Old Time Lifter
12 hours ago, Huntster said:

Last week two guys were out on the Kenai Peninsula on snow machines. The guy in the lead got tangled up in some alders and broke a belt.  While fixing it, a big grizz in his den nearby wakes up pissed off! The bear emerged and came straight at them. Luckily his buddy was parked next to him facing down hill. The broke down guy jumps on and they got away. They went home and got tags and rifles and went back the next day. When they got back the bear charged them again and they shot it. It was a 9.5 footer w/ 27.5" skull and 15 years old.

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Sounds like they were lucky to get away the first time!  :o

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Huntster

Well, the guy who was stuck was really lucky to get away, and come to think about it, the other guy either had electric start on his sno-go, or he was yanking on that cord pretty quickly. Was it me, it would have been an attempted handgun defense. I carry a 44 mag in a very secure holster attached to my snowmobile handlebars, mostly for angry moose who would rather fight than give up the trail. 

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