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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-16-2011, 12:21 AM Thread Starter
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Well you can never take the TC out of the HM. Just finished a successful bid for a new in the box TC Omega 50 cal, ss barrel with the hardwoods camo stock. Should have my hands on it sometime late next week. This one most likely will be set up for the son as he has been collecting Ohio Trophies with my old FireHawk. He was hinting about an upgrade or should I say crying over the son-law's new Traditions rig I bought him. Base, rings, scope, sling, and package is complete.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-16-2011, 12:39 AM
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I have an omega with an apg stock and weathershield barrel and I love it! Good luck with the new smokepole....
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Cool beans HM, too bad you're not spoiling your son like you spoiled your son in law ,
oh well, I'm sure he'll be able to get that TC to hit something.

J/k Best of luck with the new Omega.

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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-16-2011, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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BB, you know I find more enjoyment tinkering/setting up rifles and if that means giving family an occasional present why not. I've posted several times if you're patient a good find can be made using the gun auction sites. The new Omega was $210 plus shipping. I think a good price, with excellent reviews over the years on the Omega models everything should be fine. Another reason, son said something about a new CVA and so I had to act quickly to advert a near emergency. I thought I'd trained my son better than that!

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CVA??? OMG,, Your son owes you bigtime on that save! WHEW

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So...I guess you guys don't like CVAs??? What don't you like about them?

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So...I guess you guys don't like CVAs??? What don't you like about them?
OH BOY HERE WE GO

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Flexj, this goes way back between moderators. Neither BB nor myself are real big on CVA. There are a couple here that will swear by them. It's the ford/chevy issue and some inside fun.
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yea BB, feel like a a relief pitcher that save the big game, He almost went over to the dark side, Might have had to send the son down to the minors for a while until I saw a solid distain look in his eyes for CVA then maybe bring him back up to the big league.

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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-17-2011, 06:35 AM
 
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yeah Flexj, HM and I poke a lot at CVA rifles but in reality, they are just as capable of killing deer "dead" just like any other rifle will do.. cva weapons have come a long way.

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