Probably so! Standard fare here. I have a rancher that lets me roam his vast properties because during caving season I make it a point to ride out and shoot coyotes from around his herds. If you're going to ride in 25 miles from the nearest anything, this is the bike you want.~Muir
Availability, these days.
One rule I follow when I'm choosing powder is to pick the one that gives me velocities I can use at the lowest chamber pressures. I was taught this when I was a sprout and it's always given good results. ~Muir
I figured that out. I'm trying to figure out how you made a profit on a gun that's available, thinking that you must have gotten a deal to begin with. F'rinstance, the Trading Post will sometimes order a gun for me at their cost Plus a little. Other times it's MSRP with a little off. It depends...
It is not hard.
Funny: I've mentioned the factory pillar bedding on my new CZ and no one commented. CZ owners, including myself, have been pretty vocal about the trials and tribulations of CZ bedding. I'm surprised there hasn't been any commentary on the new system. I'm really happy about the...
Not were I live.
I know the 2500 fps statement supported your point but I'm not trying to say you're necessarily wrong; I'm saying you are too being too general about weight and recoil. I'm not arguing exterior ballistics. ~Muir
First of all you're assuming that because it's 375 H&H it kicks hard. In a well designed stock, it gives you a 12 ga shotgun kind of shove. You also assume it is a heavy rifle and that just isn't necessarily so. I bench tested an 8.5 pound 375 H&H that was very pleasant to shoot. I shot 20...
Worrying about recoil is for Brits, women, and kids. :)
Seriously: Do you ever notice recoil when you are hunting? If you do, your focus isn't on making the shot. I've got a 300WM and a 375 Holland and Holland.
Which reminds me.... where did the belted magnum originate??~Muir