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Old July 19, 2013, 01:49 PM   #3
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I have Grampa's original win 95 in 30-03 ( A gift president Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt). It is my most prized possession. After a hundred years it still works like a Swiss watch. We call it "Old caplink caplonk" for the sound it makes when working action. It is an amazing piece of history and you won't be disappointed with one.

Grandpa was a better man than I am, because the crescent butt plate is a killer with his beloved 220gn round nose ( I load 150gn RN)

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