Ahhh.. guns are a work of art! I have gun fever BAD! If I was rich I would get every gun I could get my hands on!
The best shot I took was with my Springfield Model 700 (30-.06) it was nighttime and a coyote was hauling ass down a field about 300yrds my friend hit him with a spotlight and I took the shot off-hand. It dropped him lol. That is truly one of the most accurate guns I own.
Try hunting coyotes with a bow.
]The thing I have been trying to figure out is how to master the art of black powder. I just can't seem to get an accurate shot off! I don't think it's the loads, I have double checked the measurement (I shoot 120 grains)... The scope is sighted in too, I just bought it a couple months ago! Hmmm... does anyone else shoot muzzleloader?
Yes, I do. A lot.
First off, if you're muzzleloader hunting with a scope, that is an epic fail. Lose the in-line muzzleloader and get yourself a Hawkin or something.
Second, muzzleloaders are not as accurate no matter what you're shooting.
I hunt with a Tulle de chasse smoothbore musket and its a challenge. But thats half the fun, man.
My Smith and Wesson 629-4 44 mag, also known as the backpacker special or mountain gun.
It was once one of my concealed guns, between its weight and overkill I removed it from my list. It can also be used as a short range flame thrower when using hot loads.
I've been thinking about getting either a Winchester 1300 Defender or a Remington Express 870. I'm gonna need something to protect all the gold and silver I'm stockpiling for when the dollar collapses.