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Re: What's your go-to, old faithful rifle?

Reply #15
CZ 452 Varmint HMR. Always hits where you aim, don't need to work up a load, don't need ears on, zero recoil, I think I will name it Red Mist lol.

You know, I have one of those I picked up at an estate sale years ago for a song. The deceased had never got around to shooting it, neither have I. I better get that thing from the back of the safe and shoot it before I become the deceased :)
Chris

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Reply #16
I'm with Lead Hammer,  I'll go with my CZ452 American.  It does it's part,  as long as I do mine.  Fun to shoot,  even at 200 yds,  and the oldest Grandson,  loves it.
Mark

Re: What's your go-to, old faithful rifle?

Reply #17
You know, I have one of those I picked up at an estate sale years ago for a song. The deceased had never got around to shooting it, neither have I. I better get that thing from the back of the safe and shoot it before I become the deceased :)

My goodness, they are too fun to shoot, ya better get it shooting gophers or chickens.

Re: What's your go-to, old faithful rifle?

Reply #18
The bullet can even fit in a chickens retina.