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Dropped off a 6.5 Creedmoore. Gonna be my boat/rainy day deer rifle.
Nope. Mossberg patriot. My 30 06 is a 700 walnut. I was looking for a beater.
Santa came early.
There are some techniques he could try to prevent this.
Serious question, Mike: You shoot deer from a boat? I mean, if that's your thing it's all good but I don't understand.
Hopefully not while moving......most states have laws against that.
No, I don't hunt from a boat. I plan next year to use a boat to access some remote public lands so It'll be bouncing around in a boat. My wood guns are too precious to me to treat them badly. This was a relatively inexpensive rifle and it's cerakote so I don't have to be too worried about cleaning it right after a wet day. I'll be going to the range sat and will have more opinion on it.
I see. Thanks for the clarification.
He also needs a "boat gun" in case the motor breaks.
Spare paddle. Just unload it first.
I understand completely. My goose pit gun has a "plastic" stock on it. It looked like s h i t when new, so takes a beatin' and keeps on looking like s h i t. Perfect for the pit and cast and blasts.
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