Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby Strawdawg » 08 Mar 2017 14

Glad you picked it up! Bet it will be a lot of fun :)
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby 3Horse » 08 Mar 2017 19

Levergun bug has bitten me. AR-15's seem dull now. :D
Now...I'm back to looking at Rossi 92's again. I'll y'all posted. +guns
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby Archer » 09 Mar 2017 02

The problem with the bug is it's like the flu, you wake up and wonder how you managed to pick up a half dozen or more:
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Insert in blank (Leverguns, 1911s, ARs, 'Battle Rifles', Revolvers, 9mms and other mouseguns, .22LRs, bolt actions, 12g shotguns... or whatever other variation you might find yourself running up on that you just have to pick up at the moment.)
ADD another blank and repeat insertion of next type as required.
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby 3Horse » 09 Mar 2017 13

Archer wrote:The problem with the bug is it's like the flu, you wake up and wonder how you managed to pick up a half dozen or more:
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Insert in blank (Leverguns, 1911s, ARs, 'Battle Rifles', Revolvers, 9mms and other mouseguns, .22LRs, bolt actions, 12g shotguns... or whatever other variation you might find yourself running up on that you just have to pick up at the moment.)
ADD another blank and repeat insertion of next type as required.


That is exactly what is happening +guns
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby Warhawk » 19 Aug 2017 02

I bought a Buffalo Bill commemorative (carbine) for my youngest son when he was about 3 or 4, he's 30 now. It had been used some, so no collector value. It was $125, just like the standard model 94 next to it on the rack.

He loves that rifle, and killed his first deer with it. A few years ago I found another used Buffalo Bill, this one was the 26" rifle version. I bought it, now we have kind of father and son rifles. I've never hunted with mine, usually use a handgun these days, but it's a good shooter.
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby Missionary » 19 Aug 2017 07

Lever actions are plain fun to have and use. Something about being a part of the mechanical operation. Rifle and shooter need each other to be a viable unit.
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby rondog » 19 Aug 2017 23

Commemorative, schmamemmorative....shoot it like ya stole it!
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Re: Winchester Canadian Centennial 30-30

Postby 3Horse » 24 Aug 2017 12

I enjoy shooting my Canadian commemorative. Will hunt with it this season.
We had the Winchester and the Rossi/Puma (brass frame, octagon barrel) at the range couple weekends ago.
Both guns drew a lot of attention from the AR shooters, several of which had to handle the rifles and commented on the natural feel and simplicity . Like Missionary says, rifle and shooter become a unit.
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