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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    .338 Win Mags are fun to shoot , especially from the bench!
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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    .338 Win Mags are fun to shoot , especially from the bench!
    I'll have to fill my shirt up with bubble wrap.
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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    I'll have to fill my shirt up with bubble wrap.
    Chick's dig bruised shoulders.
    Just shoot prone.



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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    I'll have to fill my shirt up with bubble wrap.
    Let me know when ya get it done. Weathers getting right and I'm over due for a range trip. If I can find my guest pass!

    I shot a .375 H&H mag from the bench , , once!
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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    Years ago a friend bought a 375 H&H. He was afraid of the recoil. He held the butt to a wooden telephone or electric pole. I told him not to do it, that he was gonna wreck the stock. Stock was broken and had to be replaced.
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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    Years ago a friend bought a 375 H&H. He was afraid of the recoil. He held the butt to a wooden telephone or electric pole. I told him not to do it, that he was gonna wreck the stock. Stock was broken and had to be replaced.
    Many years ago (teenagers), my friend broke bones in his shoulder shooting a 12 ga with the back of his shoulder against a tree.
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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    I believe this would work quite well.
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    Default Re: Mounting a Scope on .338 WINMAG

    Those bases look great. Id keep them. Leopold scope would be my choice.
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