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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 3:25 am 
Bearcat

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langenc wrote:
Joe in Fl wrote:
Thats awesome, Love the 8's and 81's. There was a group of us whomhunted with nothing but vintage rifles and calibers. There 8;s, 81's, 1907 Winchester 351WLSR's, more 92 Winchesters than you could shake a stick among many other vintage rifles and shotguns. Unfortunately there are only 2 of us left from the original group. Most have Passed away or are no longer able to go afield. We lost our lease to developers, Now the very small get togethers are over coffee and other fine camp meals prepared at ones house.



Keep up the 'meetings' they are invaluable even in the dining room.

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that's great! I am 61 years old. I only hunt with vintage guns. my newest one is the ruger 250-3000 it was made in 85 I guess it is considered vintage by some. to me 1985 was yesterday. here is the coon I killed with my 25rem. it was made in 1908


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