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Are you more of a fan on single shot gun or a Bolt action? and why

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  • buck hunter 17
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    bolt because it is like having a single shot but it dosent take as long to reload. i like the single shot guns to they are nice for target shoting.

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  • shane
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    Both are very accurate and I like them both.

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  • idahooutdoors
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    I like them both. Single shots often give a shorter overall package with the smae length barrel as a bolt which is a plus for me. With practice a person can reload their single shot with sufficient speed for most hunting tasks, but for most big game situations I still prefer the adavantage of a bolt action and a few rounds in a magazine. Most of my single shots have been varmint rifles such as a Ruger #1 in .204, while my Elk and Deer rifles remain bolt actions. I do have a wanting desire to try some Elk hunting with an old school single shot in 45-120 and a creedmore sight if my pocket book allows some day.

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