what is it? mossberg? savage? winchester? just always wanted one. neat little set up. i like the 150's but 170's are good as well. shoot different weights in different brands and find what the gun likes best.
Although I don't have a 30/30 any more, I would strongly recommend that you take a look at Hornady's new Leverevolution ammo for that caliber. It's supposed to increase range out to 300 yards with a lever gun, so with a bolt, it might be even better! Good luck!
um it a winchester 30/30 i got a bolt and a marlin 30/30 no scope but both will get scopes but open sights for now i alson inherited from a old timer that used to hunt and double barrel 12 gauge shotgun one of the coolest guns ive shot and 2 pump acrtion 12 guages and a mossberg 22 that he got when he was 16 and now he well into his 60s so i thought it was pretty kewl and the 2 30/30 and from his as well so i got quite the selction started really looking forward to getting out there and shooting them off
that Winchester and the side by side maybe worth more than you think. do some research. heck research all of them. you may want to keep them clean and locked up when not shooting them. old timer in his 60's?? how old are you? i wish guys would fill out their user profiles. it would make responding easier.
In Marlin Is A 30/30 Marlin Lever Action And I Looked Into The Double Barrel Shotgun On The Internet And They Are Going Any Where From 1500 To 14000 So Iam Gonna Hold On To That One For Sure And It Is Sure Fun To Shoot
i got a marlin lever action 30/30 336C AND I LOVE IT.try the new hornady leverlutiion ammo.i fint it works well.if ya want to save a few bucks i also like remington corelockt in 150 grain,blunt nose.you shouldnt use pointed ammo in a tubular magazine as it can set off the primer in the other round in front of it.but the hornady stuff has a polomyer tip that you can use .im with you ronn on the profile thing i even put a *sticky* up about it
There's not a lot of pre-64 Winchester bolt action 30-30's, I found 1 so far, a model 54 that has various grades and specs. Made around 1925-1936. In doing some checking I wasn't aware that the model 70 wasn't made in 30-30 cal, almost everything else. I would have lost that bet.
i wasn't sure what model it was but i new it wasn't a 70. i'm pretty sure that will be the only win model. Savage and mossberg and one other i think made a bolt 30/30. i don't think the 70 is chambered in any round with the rimed base like the 30/30.
There are several in that Parker range $$ wise. I'm really not up on them but I do know the Parker name. I kinda would like to know as well. Maybe we can be real excited for him. A friend of mine has a 30/30 bolt but I know its not a Winchester and I can't remember what it is. Its about time I ask him to sell it to me again. The guy doesn't even hunt so you would think he sell me the gun. oh well.
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