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Old 10-17-2010, 11:20 PM
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Thanks for all the feedback guys. As y'all so aptly put it - you get what you pay for - and hunting rifles are no different. Guess I'll shy away from that "bargain" for now and will look for something better to come along.

WhoDat - welcome to DHC from Central Texas. To answer your "curiosity" --
"I just bought my first Rifle a 770 (7mm) I just posted curious if it was to big for deer."
7mm too big? Nah!!! Just look at the posting somewhere in here for Mosin-Nagant -- it's a 7.62mm. The one in the pic has a synthetic stock/scope and the one I have is 'original' wood stock w/open sites. Rifle may be older than proverbial dirt - but it still does what it was designed for - dropping whatever it's aimed at.
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