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#182435 - 08/07/17 09:16 PM Re: Thoughts on a 357 Magnum CVA Scout? [Re: karl]
Chance Weldon Administrator
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No problem. What else are enablers friends for?
Glad to know it's got a good home.



 Originally Posted By: karl
Me thinks TN is going to be occupied with a 460 encore barrel for a while
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Mmm, not quite.
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#182447 - 08/08/17 12:10 AM Re: Thoughts on a 357 Magnum CVA Scout? [Re: Chance Weldon]
Bob Roach
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My local dealer has gotten a 300 Blackout traded back in twice now. If it shows up again, I will try and give it a home. I have most of 500 rounds of Starline 360 Dan Wesson Brass. Perfect for making 300 Blackout Rimmed.

The 357 Maximum Scout should be a deer killing machine. My problem is starting to be, So Many Hunting Handguns, and So Few Deer Tags.

I am glad you helped me out. They are pretty hard to locate. I think most of the owners of 357 Scouts keep them to hunt with.

Bob


Edited by Bob Roach (08/08/17 12:12 AM)
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