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  • DakotaMan
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    I've shot many bolt rifles during my life and my "go to" rifle for most hunting is a 25-06. I must say though, that my .223 Bushmaster Varminter is becoming my favorite rifle. It is extremely accurate and it is fun to shoot. Partly because the reloads are so inexpensive and partly because when I hunt with it, I have more confidence than with anything I shoot. In pistols, it is a Kimber .45 and in shotguns a Rem 870.

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  • cb bob
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    It really is a tough choice. If I had to choose, I would say my Winchester model 70 in .300WSM.

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  • Pmacc60
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    Remington 760 gamemmaster 30-06 carbine because it reminds me of all the great times hunting with family and friends. It has taken many bucks for me and both sons,when I bought it 30+ years ago and I thought this rifle is perfect for what I need it for. Once in my life I was right!

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  • laker
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    I have plenty of firearms that cost more, but my favorite is still my well worn, scratched, dinged and beat up 20gauge 870 Express. With a rifled barrel and slugs, it's my go to "rifle" for still hunting. Swap out the barrel and throw in an IC choke, and it's a grouse killing machine. Sure, if I don't apply wax once a year it'll rust at the drop of a hat. It's got more plastic parts than it probably should, and the stock is remarkably bland. But, it's very quick to shoulder and when game is on the line, I never seem to miss with it.

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  • Brock Holloway
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    savage 93r17 with heavy barrel and barska scope and bipod

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  • habben97
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    they all have there time and place, and all of them work great for what I bought them for. it is hard to pick just one! I like them all!

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  • canvasbackhunter
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    My favorite hunting gun is my Rem 887, favorite trap gun in 870 wingmaster, favorite rifle is rem fieldmaster .22. My favorite pistol is either a S&W .22 revolver i check my traps with, or a .45 Colt my Grandfather had while working border patrol.

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  • country road
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    Browning Superposed 12 ga. (Belgian made) Fave shotgun,
    Savage 11 7mm-08
    Colt Python .357 mag.

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  • PAShooter
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    I have a lot of favorite guns, some expensive, some cheap, some sentimental. But if i was forced to only have one rifle, one shotgun, and one handgun from my collection it would be:
    Rifle:Ruger 77 RSI
    Shotgun: Browning Citori superlight feather
    Handgun: Ruger Blackhawk

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  • jhjimbo
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    My favorite is a Browning Challenger .22lr that i bought in 1965.

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  • Edward J. Palumbo
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    I've been asked that question in the past, and it hasn't gotten any easier to answer it simply. There are rifles I reach for more often than others, and several of them are in my profile photos, but I reach for a Winchester Model 70 in .250 Savage or a Model 94 in .30-30 more often than not.
    Favorite handgun? My favorite autoloader would be the Kimber .45ACP, and my choice for a revolver would be a K-frame .38 Special.
    Favorite shotgun? An over/under 20 gauge or a Rem 870 in 12 gauge.

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  • Hunting92
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    My Winchester mod 70 in 300 win mag.

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  • rickyno5
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    all things considered (including price) for rifles I love the new(ish) browning x-bolt, I love my super red hawk .454, practical shotgun gotta love the 870 superman, and all around fun gun the saiga 12 is hard to beat for straight up firepower and shock and awe

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  • Ncarl
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    That's like asking a parent to pick their favorite child.

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  • 99explorer
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    My Browning P-35 Hi-Power made in Belgium in 1976. It has adjustable white-outline sights and Pachmayr wrap-around grips.
    If I could only keep one gun, this would be it.

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