Remington Safari Grade 700s
Posted 08 January 2006 - 10:24 PM
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Posted 09 January 2006 - 09:20 AM
They're not a comfortable round to shoot. But you never know when Larry might come up against a mean ground squirrel! The interesting thing about a .375 H&H is the trajectory is identical to a .30-06 but double the bullet weight.
Those are cannon's Larry, not to mention I bet they deal punishment on both ends.
Posted 09 January 2006 - 12:07 PM
Posted 09 January 2006 - 04:57 PM
Shooter John you have a very good question,I had a Interarms Mark X in 375 mag 20 years ago.(Dang Time passes fast) It was very accurate and it kicked so hard it was funny.I absoulutly don't need it.My gun safe is full now.But! But its a good deal,so what I don't need it. Dang I'd half to mount a scope,buy dies,put a mussel brake on it .For what? What I'd have ligitmate use for would be a .204 Rugar.I'd like to get a gun that goes bang with next to no recoil..... Back to the Safari. I think this guy is hard up for cash.Would it be cruel to offer $550.00. He told me cash talks.I mean I could put a scope on it next year. I could remove a shelf in Gun safe..... Hows that for e-mailing my thouights? He says the 416 has the coolest piece of wood he's seen on a Remington.
Larry, do you really want or need them first of all? I've got a couple of Winchester pre 64 Model 70 African guns. They were given to me by my uncle who traveled the world extensively hunting big game. My favorite is the 375 H&H, but I've never found a game to use it on. Just a thought but those are big guns for varmint hunting.
Hey how's your 204 doing? Have you shot it yet? Zero recoil?
I knew a guy that used a 375 H&H on our local deer...Those are cannon's Larry, not to mention I bet they deal punishment on both ends.
Posted 11 January 2006 - 10:47 PM
Posted 12 January 2006 - 05:30 AM
Hey I'll find the paper I wrote it on. Its some where aropund here. I would really like one of those,but there are 10,000 ligimite things I really need. Dang I wish I was rich.Looks like a really good deal.
Larry Did you buy? If you didn't let me know cause I may be interested. Planning on going to Africa shortly. Dale
Posted 19 January 2006 - 06:43 PM
Posted 19 January 2006 - 07:02 PM
EZ recoil pad and a muzzel brake will do wonders.
Ironworker made me do it. Bought both those Bad Boyz today. I think that .416 Rem. Mag could launch a fragmentation device that possibly could be the new wave in weapons of mass varmint destruction and it would be easier for the buzzards to find me due to the noise. I admit it, probably not the smartest thing I ever done but I'm now ready for an African Safari, however my shoulder may not want to go. Dale
Posted 19 January 2006 - 07:06 PM
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Posted 09 March 2006 - 06:26 PM
Hey Bro Whats this about 100lbs of lead? Hey you need to get a muzzel brake installed. They will reduce recoil better than 50%. Plus a EZ recoild pad. A 375 isn't that bad.With Muzzel brake (Vias) is top notch on that 416 you'll be just fine but with out you'll be cussing me out.
Heath No I just got the .375 H&H scoped and going to pick it up today. I also need to borrow 100 lbs. of lead for my lead sled to sight in and find out how that bad boy kicks. I've got a aim point laser sighter but no 375 attachment which I need to order. Lot's of excuses. It's a little intimidating as you can well imagine.
Posted 09 March 2006 - 06:37 PM
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Posted 10 March 2006 - 11:01 AM
Tell her so she knows what to get you for Christmas!
She says, "why in the hell are you sending me gun articles?" Oops!
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