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Rimrock

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Rimrock last won the day on May 15 2017

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About Rimrock

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  • Birthday 01/05/1936

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  1. Remington 1100 12 gauge

    Bob, Sorry for the delay. I have been out of state for a couple of weeks. It has a full choke.
  2. On the wild side.

    That's nice, Tim.
  3. 10" desert eagle

    Slow motion Desert Eagle. http://www.chonday.com/Videos/sowmoghy2
  4. 1928 A.H. Fox 20ga

    Very nice. A great one to add to the collection.
  5. 223 Rem Lead Free

    A while back someone asked about the length of that Nosler Lead Free 50gr BT. I contacted Nosler and was told that it is .900 inch. I think that is too long to shoot in my 1:12 twist barrel.
  6. Four new trail cam videos!

    I always enjoy your photos. Very good stuff.
  7. New 375 H&H varmint loads

    Good. Should work for antelope. And other stuff too.
  8. good amax load

    Goog. Now that's funny.
  9. Remington 721 30-06

    Another: Remington model 721, 30-06. Another honest old gun that I have had since the 1960's. The rifling is clean and sharp. It has not been shot very much. The exterior finish is very good for it's age. The stock has been refinished. It comes with a good Burris 3X9X40 compact scope. This unit works well in a saddle scabbard. $450.00. Face to face for now.
  10. Remington 1100 12 gauge

    Here is another: Remington 1100 12 gauge. 28" ventilated rib, full choke barrel. Bright bore. I bought this gun in the early 1970's. I probably has not been shot more than 200 times. It is pristine. There is one small flaw on the left side of the receiver just to the left of "Remington". I tried to show it. I will try more pictures on request. $450.00. Face to face for now.
  11. Winchester model 12 20 gauge

    I will soon be 80 years old. It's time to get rid of some guns that I will probably never need again. First: Winchester Model 12, 20 gauge. Full choke, 26 inch barrel. What is there to say about a gun that was made in 1927? The bore is bright and shiny. The action is smooth and functions flawlessly. The blueing is almost non-existant. The stock has had a chip repaired at the toe. This is just a very honest old gun. $350.00. At the present I am only going to do face to face. PM me.
  12. Onion time

    I started my garden today by planting 140 Stockton Red onion plants. I'm not sure, but I still have maybe 50 more slips that I may plant.
  13. I'm going to be a bullet tester.

    Super !! Good luck.
  14. Shoot

    Good luck at the shoot.
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