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Wednesday, 23 November 2005



i got the 9(mm) of hearts.


7mm is bigger than 9mm, at least when it comes to ammo.


OK somewhat off topic...

I am considering purchasing a 300 WSM in a Weatherby Vanguard. Perhaps in the Weatherby scope-gun-sling-case package.

I am just wondering if you or anyone that you know, knows anything about the Vangaurd line of Weatherby?

I know that is their working mans line but also wonder if their working man line is still considered upper end when compared to other brands in the same price range.


If you're considering getting another 7mm mag, I'd like to suggest the SigArms SHR970. I bought one when they were just coming on the market in the US (about 2000) and it's the finest rifle I've ever had. Sig no longer sells them in the US, but you can find used examples and they're pretty affordable (I paid $450 new, sans scope, and I think they're still in the $500-600 range.) The Swiss make excellent firearms and Sig's rifles are outstanding. Here's a picture of mine and some of the results of a day at the range, firing 150 gr Nosler BTs I handloaded:

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