[email protected] have been contacted by Smith & Wesson's attorney demanding that I remove all Smith & Wesson manuals from
If you have a manual I do not have listed, I would appreciate if you could scan it and email to me!
Browning X-Bolt Stainless Hunter Kimber 84m Classic Stainless Winchester 70 Featherweight Remington Model Seven I am going to be using 7mm-08.
I know it is a tough call, but which would you choose and why? They are all in my price range, so that isn’t a consideration.
I'd suggest getting a Browning, Sako, or Tikka rifle if you want to keep the WSM. Except it won't jam on you like the band wagon magnum. I have a brand new 7600 pump rifle that's a jamomatic piece of crap and shoots groups that are four times the size of my old 30-30 model 94.
The Kimber Montana is available and well regarded n .300 WSM.I've had it for a year and a half and it's never fed very well.Last time I went to the range I tried to shoot some 130 gr. I tried loading three shells into the box and tried to shoot a group.These cut outs are groves in the cylinder and do not affect the performance of the revolver.There are no issues on owning either a Fluted or Smooth Cylinder. I would recommend a smooth cylinder on larger calibers such as the 44 Magnum, 30 Caliber, 454 Casull.