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Old February 4th, 2020, 04:20 PM #41
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I have, but not sure how many people even have rifles that shoot those old school rounds. So again, they may decide to not do it as they are looking for more impact on the herd and 5 guys with 1873 trapdoors aren't going to make a huge dent.
You could always try a brand new straight walled caliber. 350 legend. AR platform round.
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Old February 4th, 2020, 06:04 PM #42
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you never know????? I remember when people said crossbows would never be legal in Maryland.

I also noted in Region A DNR is proposing 3 days for doe on private land and 2 days for doe on public.
Yeah I like that one too. Iíve hunted region A only twice, but end of firearm season both times. First time I saw nothing Friday when it was buck only. Got a button buck at sunset the next day. Last year I missed bucks twice on Friday and had a doe at 30yds just eyeing me up that I couldnít harvest. Nothing Saturday then.

Two days of doe, if consecutive, on public land would be really nice.

I put in my comments strongly supporting straight walled cartridges. Donít like hunting with my shotgun. Definitely would get me to buy a 336 in .357 or .30-30.

Still couldnít safely hunt my own property with one, but if it means I could hunt, say, Patuxent with straight walled rifles Iíd absolutely start hunting it during the week in gun season.
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I put in my comments strongly supporting straight walled cartridges. Donít like hunting with my shotgun. Definitely would get me to buy a 336 in .357 or .30-30.

Still couldnít safely hunt my own property with one, but if it means I could hunt, say, Patuxent with straight walled rifles Iíd absolutely start hunting it during the week in gun season.
357 would work, but 30/30 is not a straight walled case. 350 Legend, 444 Marlin, 45/70, 44 Mag, 460, 500 S&W, etc.
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A 336 cowboy in 38-55 would be a nice rifle to use or even better a 375 Win in model 94 if you could find one. I bet theirs some out there though with a little poking around.

Just looked on GB bunch of them on there.

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357 would work, but 30/30 is not a straight walled case. 350 Legend, 444 Marlin, 45/70, 44 Mag, 460, 500 S&W, etc.
Doh! You are right.

For me 357 because I have a revolver in 38sp.

Frankly my wife isnít likely to let me get TWO guns out of this. So a cartridge overlap would be nice and anywhere Iíd want to use it, it would mostly be 50-75yd shots.
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I’m really thrilled that modern handguns may also be included. It never made sense to me that I can use an inline pistol that duplicates .44mag ballistics, but I can’t use a Contender.
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You could always try a brand new straight walled caliber. 350 legend. AR platform round.
I am in a rifle county, its .30-06 for me.
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