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    How are you guys seeing the pictures? All I see is the photobucket image.

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    in reply to: Tires #1563494

    Another vote for the Hankook DynaPro ATM’s. I’ve had them on my last two trucks and have been very happy with them.

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    X3 on the dryer sheets and Nu Finish. Been doing it that way for years.

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    Nice shooting! Those Sierra’s are good performers and grouped the best in my rifle. I’ve not tried Varget though, I am using IMR 4350.

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    I was recently at Scheels and they are having a sale on their Tikka T3 Lite models in order to clear them out and make room for the new T3x Lite.

    Hmmmmm. I have gift cards to Scheels from Christmas. Maybe I do need a new rifle. LOL

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    I’ve always been interested in the 25-06 and have done lots of research on it. My problem is I already have a .243 and a .270, so to me the 25-06 doesn’t fill any void that justifies the purchase. One thing to consider regardless of which model/make you decide on is this. The 25-06 really benefits from a longer barrel and many consider 24″ to be the minimum, especially if you intend to shoot beyond 300 yards. Inside of 300 you probably wouldn’t notice much difference. I was considering a Weatherby Vanguard for the combination of barrel length, accuracy guarantee, and price at around $500. Sounded like a decent deal to me.

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    I’ll throw another vote out for the Hankook DynaPro AT-m. My driving sounds very similar to the original posters. Had a set on the last truck, tires had 40k miles on them when I traded it in and they still had lots of tread left. My new Ram came with Goodyear’s, only 25k miles and I just replaced them with another set of Hankook’s. I looked at everything available and I still liked the Hankook’s enough to buy them again.

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    in reply to: Muzzle loaders #1582668

    Quote by: IA+9249+AY

    It is pretty tough to beat a green harverster crushed rib sabot and a 240 gr or 300 gr XTP. I think those are .430 diameter. That combo has shot well out of every gun regardless of brand.

    X2 on this. I have 4 muzzleloaders including the Accura V2. They all shoot a combination of BH 209, green harvester crushed rib sabot and .430 XTP 240 gr very well. They just plain work on deer.

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    in reply to: Trailer brakes. #1643857

    I use a Tekonsha P3. It was more expensive than the others, but it works great. Mine is mounted under the dash with some tilt to it as well.

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    OK, educate me wmgeorge. How are they the same? Exactly what did Ruger copy from the Browning? I’m not trying to get in a pissing match, or get off topic. I’m simply stating that the two guns are not the same thing. I have never shot the Ruger 22/45 lite, but I’m sure it is a quality firearm. I do however own both a Ruger MK II and the Browning Buckmark Camper. NOT the same.

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    Look about the same to me.

    Might want to get your eyes checked.

    Take some time and read the online comparisons of the two.

    I have.

    They are close enough the front sight I am ordering fits both guns.

    Doesn’t mean squat. I’m guessing the sight you ordered also fits on a Ruger single six revolver. Is it the same too?

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    Maybe it’s just me. I don’t see any similarities other than they both shoot 22lr. I guess my Dodge truck is the same as my buddies Ford.

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    I’m leaning towards the camper stainless with the fiber optic front sight.

    It also looks like the Ruger 22/45 Lite I just purchased. The Lite is pretty much a dead ringer or a copy of the Buckmark line. Anyway, yes I am now shopping for a Hi-Viz front sight for this Ruger, its too hard to see for a older shooter : ) .

    Am I missing something here. The Browning Buckmark and the Ruger 22/45 are not anything alike.

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    The fiber optic sight is definitely an improvement. Mine just came with standard sights and I very quickly put on a set of Williams Fire sights.

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    You could put on a Magpul MOE handguard with one of these http://www.impactweaponscomponents.com/product/bipod-mount-v2/

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