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  1. #1
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    Default No One in Huntingdon County?

    No one? With Alexandria, Trough Creek and Standing Stone sportsmen's clubs, there's no one here?

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    Ohh no, people are here - there are just not too many of us.
    I think I have seen maybe 3-4 other Huntingdon members here.

    I am a member at Shenecoy and Woodcock Valley.
    Formerly a member at Alexandria as well.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    I forgot all about Woodcock and Shenecoy.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    I am sure there are even more clubs that are hidden around that even we do not know about.
    Welcome to the forums, enjoy the info you can find here - there is a ton of it!
    If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    I'm from the Mill Creek/Mapleton area.My parents live in Hares Valley.I moved out and live in Mill Creek.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    Quote Originally Posted by PAb0whunt3r View Post
    I'm from the Mill Creek/Mapleton area.My parents live in Hares Valley.I moved out and live in Mill Creek.
    No kidding? I'm in Mapleton.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    Quote Originally Posted by VarmintExpress View Post
    No kidding? I'm in Mapleton.
    Yeah my parents live at the other end of Hares Valley and about a year ago I moved to Mill Creek.I know a few people that live in Mapleton but I went to Southern.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    Small world. What year did you graduate? I went to MU, class of '96.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    Doesn't look like a very active thread, but I'll post anyway.

    Newbie gun guy here. Moved to the country for the first time a few years back and I'm starting to get the gun bug. I was little schocked at how expensive guns are...but nothing you can do about that.

    I just bought Remy 700 ADL Varmint Camo at Dick's in Altoona for $449.
    26" heavy barrel, synthetic Camo Stock & cheap arse Simmons scope.

    I wanted a nice varmint gun, and debated over 223, 22-150, or 243. There are NO shortage of opinions on which caliber is best - everyone has something to say on that one. Here is my thought process.

    I wanted something that I could SHOOT a LOT with spending loads of $$ on ammo and wearing out my arm. One point for the 223.
    I already have a 700 SP 30-06, so I didn't need another deer rifle - scratch the 243.
    I really looked long and hard and the 22-250. In the end, I ended up with choosing the 223. Just got it sunday and haven't sighted in the scope yet. My early opinion: me likee. That 223 is just the right caliber for rabbits, groundhogs, and anything else I can see from my deck...

    I originally went in there to buy a Savage, but the Remy's were on sale and the Savages were not.

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    Default Re: No One in Huntingdon County?

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog02 View Post
    Ohh no, people are here - there are just not too many of us.
    I think I have seen maybe 3-4 other Huntingdon members here.

    I am a member at Shenecoy and Woodcock Valley.
    Formerly a member at Alexandria as well.


    I also think so.

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