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Old 10-28-2011, 05:52 PM
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anyone shooting one of these in 45-70?
preformance?
complaints?
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Old 10-28-2011, 06:01 PM
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I love my H&R Buffalo Classic, but slightly different animal. I haven't shot the shorter barrelled versions. Mine will shoot sub-1" groups at 100 from a rest. I don't use scopes, so I'm happy with that.
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Back in the 1970's I bought one of those H&R 155's I think it had the moniker "Shikari". Came with the cleaning rod under the bbl. I loved the way it shot, until I began loading some big jacketed 500 grain hornady round noses. I used to let my friends shoot it without letting them know it kicked. I got several trickles of blood from noses caught off guard by a rapidly recoiling thumb. On one occasion, the little doohickey welded to the bottom of the bbl to thread the forestock on broke off and I had to have my brother re weld it with a stronger bead. Wished I still had it.
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