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    4th season Elk (NO success) so here are the scenery pix. with Moose (56k warning)

    All we saw were Moose....


    Proof Elk exist and aren't imaginary

    Digging to eat

    Drive in










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    Nice pictures! Where were you hunting? (state, area)
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    Colorado north of Kremmling unit 18 4th season.


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    Nice pictures. Thank you!

    Did you only have an elk tag and not a moose one?

    Moose taste good too! ; . )

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    Wow, those are some great pictures. What's the barrel length on the rifle in that last picture?
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    Not mine......
    Ruger No1 chambered in 7mm RUM with a 34-35 inch barrel I think (crazy muzzle velocity and it is still moving way down range). He is a machinist and turned and profiled the rifled blank himself. A little long for my taste but what can a youngster like me say to a 66 year old. I think he said he has it zeroed for 400 yards.

    The barrel is certainly too long for a bolt action but since it is on a Ruger No 1 it still works for him since the action is shorter..... Whatever makes him happy.
    Last edited by USMC88-93; November 18th, 2008 at 11:20 PM.

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