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#196723 - 12/21/18 12:32 AM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: ruger4570]
Ernie
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Sharp looking rig!
Congrats on the buck!
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#196724 - 12/21/18 12:34 AM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: Ernie]
Ernie
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I am sure glad you checked, and didn't put down another buck...Good for you!
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#196726 - 12/21/18 04:20 AM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: Ernie]
REDHAWK1954
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Nice buck and beautiful rig!
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#196730 - 12/21/18 12:21 PM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: REDHAWK1954]
Hawkeye
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Thanks guys. Our antler less season opened today for 10 days. I'm going after a flat head with the same pistol or maybe my Ruger Blackhawk Hunter I got from Mark Hampton.
Something will fall before the end of the year I hope.

Mike
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#196732 - 12/21/18 04:33 PM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: Zee]
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 Originally Posted By: Zee
Good looking gun!



My thoughts exactly!
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#196739 - 12/22/18 01:13 AM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: PsTaN]
Bob Roach
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Our Alternative Weapons Season starts in the morning here in Missouri. I will be using my old Contender chambered in 35 Bullberry with 200 grain Hornady FTX bullets this time.
I have already used my Buck Tag on a 8 point during the Regular Firearms season, so I will be looking for a doe with no fawns with her this time.

Good looking gun, and a nice buck.

Bob R


Edited by Bob Roach (12/22/18 01:18 AM)
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#196804 - 12/27/18 11:31 PM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: Bob Roach]
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Very nice gun and buck, Congrats.
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#196839 - 12/29/18 10:00 PM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: BRASF0311]
WARDOG
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Nice shot.
The .300 RSAUM and 7mm RSAUM are my favorites hunting cartridges. I also have three rifles in the .300 . My handloads make them a handful to shoot even in a rifle. I can't imagine them coming out of a pistol like that. (180 grn Nosler ballistic tip over 62.7 grn. IMR 4350 @ 3000 fps).

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#196845 - 12/30/18 08:23 AM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: WARDOG]
Ernie
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 Originally Posted By: WARDOG
Nice shot.
The .300 RSAUM and 7mm RSAUM are my favorites hunting cartridges. I also have three rifles in the .300 . My handloads make them a handful to shoot even in a rifle. I can't imagine them coming out of a pistol like that. (180 grn Nosler ballistic tip over 62.7 grn. IMR 4350 @ 3000 fps).

With a decent brake recoil is not bad at all.
With a great brake, it becomes even more tame to shoot.
Velocity in a SP will be about 300 fps slower than the same chambering with typical rifle length of 24-26 inches
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#196846 - 12/30/18 10:29 AM Re: First blood for the HS Precision 300 SAUM [Re: Ernie]
Seminole Wind
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Great shot Hawkeye and a great looking gun! I have really come to appreciate a center grip XP100 as a hunting gun this deer season. The center grip balance actually feels better to me than Contenders or scoped revolvers, which now feel front heavy. Thanks for sharing your hunt.

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