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    I love my TC triumph, easy to use and very reliable, but go with the gun that you feel fits you the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaycee View Post
    Going way back,when Remington Arms Canadian Sales were based out of Cambridge On. , Jack Milhofer who was the "Head Man " here, always told us that less than 10 percent of their manufacture , [rifles and shotguns] were shipped to Canada.
    In the last couple of years while they were still here, that figure dropped to 7 percent, they then closed up shop here and everything was done out of the U.S.
    The 10 % sales(even 7%)of their Mfg. is actually in par with the population difference USA-Canada.I think it is quite reasonable number.Remington would not know that????
    While Remington moving is an understandable business decision,we should not feel inferior to the US market.Canad is ONLY so big of a market.Period.
    Oh ,i almost missed-Canada is only so big IF comparing to the size of the USA popluation. (37 vs 330 mil)
    Othervise ,we are 39-th in the world.(out of 233 countires)
    Last edited by gbk; December 2nd, 2019 at 06:54 PM.

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    Newbie last year, bought TC Impact package and never had no problems. Love it, its a blast. I did change scope to a Bushnell Elite 3500 2x7. Good Luck
    "When you piss in the wind, you will get your feet wet."
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    I have a TC impact that I have a lot of faith in. I didnít buy the scoped package as it was used off CGN. I put a Nikon in-line scope with the BDC reticle on it and it works great. With BH209 pushing Barnes bullets at 1950fps, I can kill out to 200+yds

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    I have the CVA Wolf with a busnell 2x7 and it works well. Actually feels a heck of a lot better than any shotgun I own... Very nice to shoot and it's accurate...
    "Everything is easy when you know how"
    "Meat is not grown in stores"

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    both are good reliable choices.
    I went with the buckstalker last year. man its a cool gun to shoot. easy to clean and a nice all around beginners ML. solid knockdown power.

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    I use the cva wolf. Hands down one of the most accurate shooting guns I own. Highly recommend.

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    Look for a used Savage 10ML...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellerivercrossbowhunter View Post
    Look for a used Savage 10ML...
    I understand Big Jack knows a lad that has a slightly used one for sale HaHa...
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaycee View Post
    Jack Milhofer who was the "Head Man " here, always told us that less than 10 percent of their manufacture.
    Haven't heard that name in a long time. Jack was a very close family friend. I grew up on his farm in Puslinch -- my parents and I lived in his house there while he was down in the States for the Fall and Winter months. Many fond memories of him and the farm, of which I still enjoy the pleasure of hunting!


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