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Trapperkid

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Ok I have a few ideas here either a nice 243, or 25-06 or a 6.5 grendel or a 45-70 lever gun Ik it’s a lot of option but they are all very nice
 

TTT

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I don’t see that you need anything. It’s a matter if what you want. I can see 30/30, 45-70, .444, .450 Bushmaster lever action rifles.
 

SomeJackassOnAForum

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If a guy can't get it all done with a 6.5 creed, 30-06 and a 300 win mag, he can't get it done. I'd spend the money on hunts, ammo, retirement, optics, new tires, boots, tents, possibly a good blade, a USA made backpack, etc. Just me and I did downsize myself recently. And haven't missed any of them.

While I'd throw a suppressed 300 blk SBR into your mix, I'd agree with the above. You're buying a rifle just to buy one at this point.
 
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Fadetoblack188

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Well I have two young boys. Iam buying another rifle to have everything for us to be able to hunt together in a few years when they are at age.
 

406Smith

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If this is for one of your young boys that you’ll be hunting with, then build a rifle in a mild cartridge that you already have. Use same barrel length. If you reload, have similar load so that you two have the same dope, same wind calls, etc. With the shortage, 6.5CM is probably your best bet.
 
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