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Thread: Roe doe from a high seat.

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    Well done Greg another for you Blaser, might I ask what calibre ?

    Rgds Billy.
    Last edited by Uncle Buck; 18-02-2013 at 10:36.
    "let him without sin cast the first stone"





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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Buck View Post
    Well done Greg another for you Blaser, might I ask what ?

    Rgds Billy.
    Thanks Billy. It is R93 Professional in apparently hairdresser's .243


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    Quote Originally Posted by glogin View Post
    Thanks Billy. It is R93 Professional in apparently hairdresser's .243

    The Girly Gun ... and the was me thinking you were a staunch 308. supporter.

    I always say it's not the rifle but whoever is behind it that count.

    Atb Billy.

    PS. used a Girly Gun for years now, and of recent a 308

    don't feel the need for anything else really.
    "let him without sin cast the first stone"





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    I use .308 when stalking forestry and know I can see red deer, but when after roe I usually take .223 or recently a girly gun


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    Quote Originally Posted by glogin View Post
    Thanks Billy. It is R93 Professional in apparently hairdresser's .243
    I believe we’ve established that a standard 243 is just fine its when we get into the realms of go-faster neck lines that an ill-considered application of straitening gel may be observed:



    Nice doe.

    Cheers

    K

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    Congrats Greg, your off to a great start with that Blaser!
    Jonathan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonher View Post
    Congrats Greg, your off to a great start with that Blaser!
    Thanks Jonathan,
    Yes, looks like Blaser shoots straight.
    ATB
    Greg


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