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#12042778 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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#12042804 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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.375 Chatfield-Taylor (necked up .338win)...shame no manufacturer took it up.

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#12042856 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: elkhunternm]  
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Originally Posted by elkhunternm
.22 Earschplittinloudenboomer



I remember that-- can't remember WHO did it or named it.

Jerry


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#12042877 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: harv3589]  
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Originally Posted by harv3589
I think the 6.5-06 for me...since I don't reload I'll probably never get that chance.


Harv, there's only one thing to do. Start reloading. grin



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#12042906 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: jwall]  
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Originally Posted by jwall
Originally Posted by elkhunternm
.22 Earschplittinloudenboomer



I remember that-- can't remember WHO did it or named it.

Jerry

This is what I found,and it was made for Bob Hutton of Guns & Ammo.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P.O._Ackley


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#12042911 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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#12042927 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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Wyogal, what jwall said!! +1

#12042951 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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It's not a cartridge I've never had, I actually used it quite a bit 10 or so years ago, but I'd love to get a .45-70 again.

#12042966 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: elkhunternm]  
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Originally Posted by elkhunternm

This is what I found,and it was made for Bob Hutton of Guns & Ammo.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P.O._Ackley


Okay. I may have read it from P O, but other writers may have mentioned because I read/heard it moreN once.
Ken Howell or J B come to mind.

Good for a chuckle anyway
Thnx

Jerry


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#12043093 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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For Me......338 Win Mag.......Hb

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#12043178 - 05/19/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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Tried to re barrel the 725 to 7mm-08 - came up with a MOA .260 bbl instead...

.375 H & H. Shot a few porcupines with a USFS Pre-64 70, and have ever since lusted after one. They over-penetrate on porkys, but the shower of quills from up-tree is impressive. Only way to discourage them from chewing on your tent-frame in the dead of night. We needed our sleep on trail crew! You could run them off, but they would be back.

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#12043244 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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6.5/284, 7 Ultra.


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#12043264 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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For me the 30/40 Krag. The cartridge long neck like the 30/30 and enough powder capacity to equal the 300 savage. In a Ruger #1 the 30-40 would be a classic Finding brass is challenging and expensive.

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#12043294 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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I'd have to say the 243 Winchester. Most of the guys that started our hunting camp really like them for deer and coyotes. All of them I've had the chance to shoot were accurate and light recoiling. The best bit is they're popular enough to make it easy to find what you like as well as ammo to feed it. The only reason one doesn't live at my house is that a 25-06 I like very well does. I've come close to picking one up over the years, it just never made sense financially.

#12043348 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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6.5x55..........but someday I´ll buy one for sure !

#12043410 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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I've got 2...

9.3x62, going to scratch that itch sometime in the next year(although, I figure between my 8x57's and my .300 Win Mag, I've got anything I'd hunt with it already covered).

6.5 Gibbs, Friend of my Dad's built one when I was in High School, told Dad to take it out and "test" it the first deer season after he built it...it was an awesome piece of equipment. The same rifle sold a while back on Gunbroker, more than I had available to spend.


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#12043448 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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Someday I'll probably scratch a long-term itch and have a B-78 or Higwall in a fast-twist 6mm Rem.

I've also often Jones'd a Marlin Guide in 45-70. Problem is, anytime I'd practically carry the 45-70, I'd likely default to my 375 Kimber Talkeetna. I don't shoot a lever anywhere near enough to make one faster or handier than a bolt action.

Sako Finnwolf lever in 284win would be hard to pass up. I'll probably end up building a short-action Win FWT clone in 284 some day as well. I do have a Win 100 in 284 but I've never fired it so IMO it doesn't count.

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#12043466 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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Have a 25-06 and 7 mag....just cant justify one but someday I'll give in !

#12043472 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: moosemike]  
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#12043480 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: WhelenAway]  
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Originally Posted by WhelenAway
340Wby


This.

#12043572 - 05/20/17 Re: The best cartridge you never had? [Re: dye7barrel]  
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I think it is 300 H&H for me. I tarried too long on a pre-64 a few years ago and am still kicking myself for that!

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