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Re: problem with 94 winchester

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Mark - IN.

12-02-2012 21:38:29

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I agree. Ammo makes all the diference in the world. I have heard that FN Herstal specifically says in their owners manual to use CCI for that reason. I just picked up a small Heritage Rough rider .22 for my mother for home defense. Its a nice little guy that comes with two cylinders, .22 long and .22 magnum. The long likes brass Winchester, but 4 out of six Winchester magnum stick on extraction, but no trouble with CCI. I guess it all depends. I've never had a problem with Hornaday in any of my rifles, other than it is not cheap. But, we have to make decisions.

Shotgun season ended in Indiana today. Just before sundown I went out with an old Harrington Richardson Model 176 10GA goose gun I picked up recently and tried it out. Holy cow. Kicks like a howitzer. I'm gonna have to pick my shots carefully because if I'm in the weeds in a row boat and pull the trigger, I get the sense that I'm doing a backwards flip into the swim. Grin.


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12-03-2012 05:47:57

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 Re: problem with 94 winchester in reply to Mark - IN., 12-02-2012 21:38:29  
Speaking of ammo, when I was in west Omaha a couple of weeks ago I swung into Cabela's and bought a couple hundred rounds of 7.62x39 for my AK-47.

When I checked out, the gal asked for my phone number. Without questioning it, I gave her my phone number 'cause places are always asking for phone numbers, zip codes, etc. for marketing and market studies.

After I'd paid and walked out, it hit me. The government doesn't even need to track firearms, all they need to do is track ammo purchases. And I'm sure anyone buying any quantity of ammo for an assault type weapon would throw up a red flag.

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Russ from MN

12-03-2012 06:12:49

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 Re: problem with 94 winchester in reply to Goose, 12-03-2012 05:47:57  
I am pretty sure they do that for all purchases, it's for advertising.

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12-03-2012 09:20:26

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 Re: problem with 94 winchester in reply to Russ from MN, 12-03-2012 06:12:49  
Not that they're doing it, I was just saying.........

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Mark - IN.

12-03-2012 18:14:46

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 Re: problem with 94 winchester in reply to Goose, 12-03-2012 09:20:26  
Yep, Cabela's by me asks for my telephone number after every purchase, check or credit card, guns and ammo, or not. I never tried paying cash in there. I don't know. They have my number, road address, email address, but I've never heard from them. Other guys I know get stuff in the mail or email from them all the time.


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12-04-2012 19:18:36

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 Re: problem with 94 winchester in reply to Mark - IN., 12-03-2012 18:14:46  
I think one of the reasons, is so they know if the ammo is legal in your state. I think Gander Mountain told me that's why they needed it. I don't think I have been in either place without buying ammo.

That said, the Cabella's in Kearney is a big disappointment, trying to put together a long weekend trip into the panhandle with a stop in Sydney.

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