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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pàdruig, Mar 1, 2017.
Heading north to Canada. The Ruger is staying here:
What's your plan for getting across the border? I thought it was still closed to non-commercial traffic. Although, if you're not driving.... don't think that's a problem.
The only reason I ask is my wife and I had been watching for it to open, anticipating a need to go up to pick up a camper up there. That went by the wayside when the manufacturer gave up and set up a delivery point in the States. But we are still watching the border.... more out of curiosity now.
Thanks, we’ll ship them USPS I’m sure.
Don't I feel like a total idiot! I misread what you posted.... I thought you were headed north of the border. <facepalm>
Its ok! Someday we'll take a roadtrip up there. An Alberta cowboy ordered the knife and sheath and the holster, as well as a folding knife sheath for a Buck 110.
Be mindful of Canadian knife laws as well...I was is a group crossing border last year (bringing research vessels across border) and there were issues with bringing in knives...every boatman I know carries a knife on their hip and/or flotation vest.
Couple of wall hangers, a Steyr Gew.88 and a J. N. Scott damascus side by side
Full sidelock. Love it. There were some elegant hammers on even the plainest of guns.
Very nice. Made in Mass., and always pronounced "Kah" and "Woosta." My dearly departed Friend Rich Healey from Foxborough taught me that one. Knice knife, too!
What caliber is your #1?
That one is a 6.5x55 with the full length stock. I have a couple more in 7x57.
Hmmm.... I assume then, that you have 315 firearms so far.
You, Sir, are a man of excellent taste.
Thanks Stan, I’m more traditional when it comes to most of my hunting guns. I prefer wood stocks and blued metal. The No 1’s are just classy if you ask me.
That they are, and the old European cartridges are the model of efficiency. Good luck on your hunt.
No where near that But the safe is full I’m pretty content with the stuff I have. The 6.5 has never taken game, which is a shame, but I’m still hopeful.
I had to google the 6.5 Swede. Funny we already had a couple calibers so close to the 6.5 Creedmoor and nobody cared.