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Picked up a new to me 6.5BR XP from BCinKS (Brandon) last week. Mounted up a Burris 3x9 I had laying around, loaded up some 100gr Nosler B-tips to blow the Kansas dust out of the barrel and went to the range this morning. Looks like she's going to like the mild Arizona winters. Hopefully use her on a javelina later this winter. Thanks again Brandon.



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That's a nice one and a shooter!!! Congrats!!!!


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Sweet rig!


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Very nice.Bet it will shoot even better once that dust gets cleaned out of the barrel. Smile
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Glad you like it. It shoots 130's just as good.
 
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nice pick up

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Nice!!

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very nice !! look out little piggy's
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Got any of that Kansas dust you can send me? I have a couple of barrels I need to condition. Big Grin

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Yup, that should work. Nice group


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That is a great looking XP!
 
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Woa!!! She's a keeper!


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The money from the Encore must have been burning a hole in your pocket

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The money from the Encore must have been burning a hole in your pocket


Mark those funds were already heading to Kansas when we met up. Sometimes you got to let things go to get other things you want. Did you get a deer or just the piggies in TX?

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The money from the Encore must have been burning a hole in your pocket


Mark those funds were already heading to Kansas when we met up. Sometimes you got to let things go to get other things you want. Did you get a deer or just the piggies in TX?

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Three pigs no deer. I saw deer but there were cattle in the way and they spooked the deer.
I was bad and use a rifle. Two were shot with the 44 on a 06 case cut to 1.8".

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Ex cellent Mark thumbup
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Nitemann, Nice looking gun and great shooting! thumbup What kind of velocities do you get from the 100 and 130 gr bullets??


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I have not chronographed it yet so not sure. You might try sending BCinKS and email to see if he ever checked it as I purchased it from him.

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Very nice rig. Is that a pistol scope on it?
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Is that a pistol scope on it?


Yes, it's an older 3x9 Burris. One of my all time favorite pistol scopes.

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