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    New Cabinet Member

    GUN Cabinet that is !!!!

    Just landed a new member to the team - Tikka T3 in .243 - shortened it - lightened the trigger & suppressed the baby -

    Next is some Optics - The range & the field.............


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    Work Just Gets In The Way

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    We allow a little shooting with this type of weapon after the BP finished, no long range thou
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Beauty !!! The 243 was my first tikka. Love it to bits, very flexible rifle. Mines recently been shortened and suppressed too ... Why oh why did I not do it sooner


    Happy shooting

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi39 View Post
    Beauty !!! The 243 was my first tikka. Love it to bits, very flexible rifle. Mines recently been shortened and suppressed too ... Why oh why did I not do it sooner


    Happy shooting

    Tim
    Cheers Tim,

    Ive got another Tikka in 7m-08 its got a fully suppressed barrel - Had it for a few years now but might knock it off due to the new arrival - Looking forward to getting this one into some action.......These CANS seem a little better than the full barrel ones
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    Nice ... But there's something missing in that cabinet mate!

    Oh that's it .... you need a Lever Action Rifle to complete your collection.

    Cheers
    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
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    Nice ... But there's something missing in that cabinet mate!

    Oh that's it .... you need a Lever Action Rifle to complete your collection.

    Cheers
    Pete
    Just got Rid of My BLR - in .243 & I know its a shit photo but on the right is a Marlin .22 lever action holds 19 rounds- an old rifle shoots incredibly well - What Id like to add would be another Remmigon 1187 in 20g to match the 12g
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Lehndorf View Post
    Cheers Tim,

    Ive got another Tikka in 7m-08 its got a fully suppressed barrel - Had it for a few years now but might knock it off due to the new arrival - Looking forward to getting this one into some action.......These CANS seem a little better than the full barrel ones
    They are. Greystone guns when asked said they're way better at suppression and reducing recoil than the overbarrels.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Lehndorf View Post
    Just got Rid of My BLR - in .243 & I know its a shit photo but on the right is a Marlin .22 lever action holds 19 rounds- an old rifle shoots incredibly well - What Id like to add would be another Remmigon 1187 in 20g to match the 12g
    hahaha

    I see it now.

    Just had to bloody open my eyes and have a look.

    Old rifles are my favourites especially Lever Actions.

    My wife bought me a model 1892 Winchester in 25-20wcf for my birthday last year.

    It was born in 1910 and still shoots as good as the day it left the factory ...... I love it

    I also have a Savage model 23b in 25-20wcf made in 1937 that also shoots better than I can aim it.

    Gotta love the oldies.

    Cheers
    Pete

 

 

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