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    And supply grows

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    With the ammo shortage and exactly 15 Remington Accutips in my possession, I was a little concerned after installing my slug barrel (hadn't shot it in 2 years) that I would have enough rounds for zeroing and for the upcoming controlled hunt.

    I set up at the 50 yard range, took one shot, chuckled to myself in surprise and went home. Don't want to waste precious ammo!

    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninepointer View Post
    With the ammo shortage and exactly 15 Remington Accutips in my possession, I was a little concerned after installing my slug barrel (hadn't shot it in 2 years) that I would have enough rounds for zeroing and for the upcoming controlled hunt.

    I set up at the 50 yard range, took one shot, chuckled to myself in surprise and went home. Don't want to waste precious ammo!

    Well, it doesn't get any better than that...
    Good luck with your hunt
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    Nice, wall hanger for sure....
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    Looking good.

    The only thing I wouldn't do is clean the barrel. Shoot it dirty and it will continue to perform...

    Clean it before you store it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninepointer View Post
    With the ammo shortage and exactly 15 Remington Accutips in my possession, I was a little concerned after installing my slug barrel (hadn't shot it in 2 years) that I would have enough rounds for zeroing and for the upcoming controlled hunt.

    I set up at the 50 yard range, took one shot, chuckled to myself in surprise and went home. Don't want to waste precious ammo!

    Thing of beauty.......your shoulder and your wallet will thank you

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