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Beautiful rifle; beautiful photo.
 

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Thanks guys... I am taking it out next Saturday to meet the Ozarks backwoods... And I'll be taking my NM Blackhawk .357 on my side as my backup... I've seen the movie Deliverance...:D Hopefuly we'll see a big ol' 12 point Buck and not some haggled tooth hillbillies...
 

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Just remember to lay on your back come night time! At least you'll have firearms instead of bows.
 

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Given the potfields and methlabs in the woods, I'd carry my rifle-a holster gun, and a hi-cap pistol concealed w/clips-if you run into a 2-legged squirrel or two-it might get long-winded-that P95 don't weigh much..............
 

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The only trouble with taking a new rifle in the field is it comes out all dinged and scratched up. Or mine always did. I get into the hunt and forget all about the rifle until I am back at the truck or at home. I always figured that's what I bought it for. They sure look good when they are all new and shinney.
 

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Not to worry... Mine spent the day on my shoulder... Maybe next year I'll get a "hunting ding" with all the excitement!
 

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Love those m77's. ultimately stocks can be refinished or replaced. Dings are part of the character of a gun.
just my peace
 
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