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Thread: Model 14 .35 rem

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    Plinker

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    It's a shame that so many nice 14s and 141s have been buggered with those awful side mount screw holes. I found a cherry 141 at the last Evansville show but the price was more than I could bear

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    No range or followup yote hunting this weekend.
    Try next week.
    No yotes on trail cam at my close by deer spot, did get a big red fox.
    Hmm, a .22 mag I might need to buy.

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    Hookeye, Iím sorry to say, the Skinner in the rear dovetail is not going to help you with depth of field like it would if it were on the receiver.
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    I understand the limits of such a fwd position.
    But current factory sights are more limiting, as they are unusable LOL

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    Nice looking old Ďtrombone guní! I love the .35 Remington cartridge. Iíve had several but the one that will stay with me for life is a cut down 16Ē Model 8. If you want a nice plinking load, a cast 158 gr .357 pistol bullet over 20.0 of 2400 is a fun load. I imagine a JHP over the same load would do a number on a coyote.

    Iím pretty sure I have a Lyman tang sight for the 14/141. Iíll have a look tonight and see. They use the two factory holes at the top rear of the receiver and then Sling back over the wood. No extra holes needed.
    This space for rent. I doubt you'll like the rates...

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