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Old October 31, 2012, 07:24 PM   #8
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I like the way you think !!

If I were to do it again, I'd have gone no smaller than .40 and probably a bit bigger.
Good point as for a few years, I hunted squirrels with a .50, in prep for the deer season. Then I finally got a .32 and did not really like working with it. Finally settled on a .36 and the real fun began. It's a Seneca, light great loading and shooting. I now prefer hunting squirrels with an M/L. ....

When I put a .36 Green Mountain drop in barrel on my TC Hawkin rifle,
Well, I had a .32 in my TC Hawken and talk about a B-Buster ....
That one didn't last too long and sold it for $80.00.

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