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  • I had a good Model 70 in Featherweight in 7mm Mauser.

    A Pithy Bit Of Rifleshooting Heresy

  • Singer Model 221, affectionately known as the Featherweight, a workhorse in a little case. clip

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  • Prior to 1964, I regarded the Winchester Model 70 "Featherweight" as the epitome of a hunting rifle.

    Remington or Winchester?

  • Prior to 1964, I regarded the Winchester Model 70 "Featherweight" as the epitome of a hunting rifle.

    Remington or Winchester?

  • And mind you, these were the days before "Featherweight" lenses.

    new specs

  • Anyways, she gifted me with a Bosworth "Featherweight" in purpleheart.

    Spindle spinning.

  • Sonya Taaffe's "Featherweight" is densely written, with some of the finest prose between these covers, although my own enjoyment of it suffered from a personal pet peeve against stories where Love Conquers All in the end despite the love here being pretty darn weird.

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  • Sonya Taaffe's "Featherweight" is densely written, with some of the finest prose between these covers, although my own enjoyment of it suffered from a personal pet peeve against stories where Love Conquers All in the end despite the love here being pretty darn weird.

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  • So then I retrieved data I had put in my shooting book for my daughter's 22 barrel Model 70 Featherweight in .257 Roberts using Hodgdon's max published H-100-V loads with 100-grain and 115-grain bullets, the very same loads I had fired in my Remington 700 Classic.

    Do Chronographs Lie?

  • My 7x57 Mauser, which is in a Model 70 Featherweight with a very thin barrel, does not routinely group as accurately as does my AI.

    Bullets Do Odd Things at Different Ranges

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