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  • rudyglove27
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    Benelli Super Black Eagle II Semi Auto Shotgun!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Benelli Super Black Eagle II Semi Auto Shotgun!

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  • rudyglove27
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    The M700 that I have is the most accurate rifle I have ever owned right out of the box.

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  • CavRecon
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    The one I bought last, because it's newest.

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  • Bigbuck14
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    My 20/20 special it's just an all around great gun you can hunt anything with

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  • rrmont
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    That would have to be my dad's Berreta o/u that was passed down to me way to soon. He bought it new in 1969 when he was stationed in Germany. He always said that he wanted it to be used and not just setting in a safe, so I use it every year to hunt dove, and pheasant.

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  • Shootstir
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    My favorite gun is a 1898 Winchester .22 pump that was handed to me by my grandfather in 1985. It was my first firearm, and the first one I had ever shot.

    My grandfather taught me about gun safety, ethical hunting, and how to enjoy firearms- especially legacy weapons.

    This rifle is currently sitting in my safe. It was purchased in 1902, used, by my great-grandfather. It's been in my family since that time.

    I wouldn't trade it for the world- it's being used to train my two kids as they enter the hunting fraternity. 5 generations using 1 rifle!

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  • kolbster
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    an AR-15 is the best all round gun for whatever.

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  • mutt
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    my grand fathers .410-.22 over under combination. name a animal or bird under 10 lbs. it can't take care of.

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  • Beekeeper
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    An old well used Browning Sweet 16. It was my first "big" shotgun. With it I hunted everything that walked in my neck of the woods. It accounted for quail, dove, duck, rabbit, squirrel, crow, deer, wildhog and wild turkey. It was gift from my family and was well used when I received it. A Lee shotshell loader kept me in ammo pretty cheaply and led to my interest in reloading. I passed to gun onto another young hunter who could also enjoy its charm.

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  • Del in KS
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    An old Remington Mdl 11 semi-auto 12 guage. Bought with my own money when I was 14. It has accounted for many deer, ducks, pigs, geese, doves, quail, pheasant, rabbits and rattlesnakes. It is retired now.

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  • teebox25
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    Remington 870 Wingmaster, handed down to me from my grandfather to me via my father. It's been taken on many a trip, and I have personally hunted deer, turkey, dove, quail, duck, and hope to add pheasant to that list this year

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  • victorytw228
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    Im going to say 17hmr. Its just so darn accurate that its fun to shoot. We set around deer camp this year just seeing who could do the next amazing shot with it.

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  • T
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    I like a good Winchester model 70 .270 or a Savage .243. They are both very good guns that can be used for smaller game (coyotes, bobcats, etc.) with lower grained bullets and bigger game with higher grained bullets.

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  • cjmurdoch
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    Although I have several guns, my favorite is my Remington 552 Speedmaster. Not only can I shoot .22 short, Long and LR, I can put hundreds of rounds a day through it at the range and it has never once been inaccurate. If I do what I'm supposed to, it will perform like a champ. And because I do like to shoot it a lot, it is much more economical than all of my centerfire rifles.

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