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- n. Someone who sports something
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who sports; a sportsman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which sports, in any sense of the verb.
You are correct, my sporter is a .308 Winchester mod88 – an exceptionally accurate rifle.
Therefore, any Mauser-action sporter is going to cost you a bundle, right?
I must disagree that a buckmark sporter is a good practice .22 for the BAR.
The Mauser 98 and 1903 Springfield, while identified as originally military arms, were shown in sporter versions, but with what appear to be synthetic stocks.
I have 2 - 6. 5x284 sporter rifles and love the round.
I have a very reliable Remington 742 Woodsman with detatchable in .308 and a fantastic Winchester model 70 classic sporter LT in .264 Win Mag with a hinged floor plate and I am ever so careful when unloading, sure takes time and care, but these were my Grandfathers work horses for years in the field and neither ever let him down.
Hey guys how much would a 1936 .22 savage sporter be because my great grandfather gave it to my grandpa
A sporter-weight barrel Winchester Model 70 with BOSS, in what else? .270 Winchester.
That's barrel heat at work and is to be expected for a sporter barrel like that.
I like the long heavy barrels for p-dogs however I have seen many a 24 sporter barrel drive tacks in that cartridge and to me that is the most important thing to strive for.
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