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  • n. mountains in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming; sacred to the Sioux (whites settling in the Black Hills led to the Battle of Little Bighorn); site of Mount Rushmore
  • n. mountains in western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming

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Examples

  • He did a rifle check for about the thousandth time, opening the bolt to see the glint of the Black Hills 168-grain Sierra match HPBT cartridge nested snugly just where it should be, repressed the bolt to lock up, then touched the safety, making triple certain it was off so he could fire the fast one if needed.

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  • Peddlers carried as much gossip as trade goods, and they spoke to people who spoke to other people, rumor flowing like an ever-branching river, through the Black Hills and into the world outside.

    The Path of Daggers

  • Next to the cluster, as David bent and squinted to see, someone had written in magic marker, Nick Memphis, 300 yards, FN Model PSR, .308 Black Hills 168, 1.751!

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  • The Black Hills were a rugged place for farmers, away from the trade routes, and harsher now than usual.

    The Path of Daggers

  • A little quiet fishing in the Black Hills of South Dakota with the President.

    Barbara Bush

  • It must be perfect, and your patience and your stalker’s stillness and your shooting ability with iSniper911 and Mr. 168-grain Black Hills must be at the top of the heap, because you’ll only get one chance.

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  • Bob went to a red box of fresh Black Hills .308 match loaded with the 168-grain Sierra boat tail hollow point, that sniper’s preferred number one, slid three out, and said, “Want me to load it?”

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