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i hate being poor..................

a stainless 77 rsi in 6.5 swede

perhaps if i worked for AIG or Lehman i could get it, but as for now, i'm busy paying bills instead.......

http://www.lipseys.com/itemdetail.aspx? ... olt+Action



i have always liked the 6.5 swede and consider it one of the best kept secrets around....shame it ain't more popular........
 

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Guns can be 'very' expensive Deputy. I like that one along with you. To want something like that and have to pay bills instead is one of life's zingers. I really can't grasp that a couple of years ago I thought ALL guns were a waste of money and space. See what you guys did to me. :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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That's a beautiful, Deputy. I don't know anything about the cartridge though. I don't keep up on Rifle rounds. Except of course the general ones like 270 and 30-06 and such.
 

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That is class, love those international stocks.
 

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I was never partial to the mannlicher stock but the caliber is excellent.
 

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Terry_P said:
I was never partial to the mannlicher stock but the caliber is excellent.
I think if they're done right they look awesome (Like the one Jim made :D ). But I have seen some really bad ones.
 

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i really like the ruger 77 rsi line...........the ruge No. 1 rsi is a dream as well.......

they may not shoot any better, but with their barrel profile, they balance and handle really well....
 

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I think if they're done right they look awesome (Like the one Jim made :D ). But I have seen some really bad ones.
No one has ever accused me of being artistic in my views as I am more functional. Stainless and synthetic are more my style. A fine wood stock is what needs to adorn a quality rifle it's just when I took it hunting and bumped it I'd be crapping all over myself if I dinged it.
 

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yes sir, but every little ding or scratch sometimes is a little story in its own. Not talking abuse here, but more like character from over the years.

guns wern't meant to be Nuns.....so to speak

they were meant to be more like the wife. Loved and fondled daily and never mind they start showing their age------the're still just as good as day one............
 

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P.S. These guys at Leman Bros. and AIG just could be looking at jail time, I hope, and lots of it. You think we might have enough folks here to round up a a few self appointed deputies or bounty hunters?
 
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