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  1. Vortex Diamondback 3-9x40 is probably the Vortex you’d look at in your price range but I’d be careful as I don’t think you are going to get the eye relief right with that gun. I mounted one on a Savage 110 long action and the eye relief was too short and I tried a few different mount options and couldn’t get it right.
  2. Burris Fullfield II 3-9x40 for ~$150 or Leupold 3.5-10x40 VX3i for ~$325 if you shop around.
  3. Most places lead is fine. Assunpink is steel only. Some private places require steel shot but not that common. Lehigh valley is ok with lead
  4. Nice gun for the money but can't use 6.5 Creedmoor in NJ for coyotes.
  5. https://www.sportsmans.com/shooting-gear-gun-supplies/rifles/tikka-t3x-superlite-stainless-bolt-action-rifle-243-winchester/p/1434429
  6. I took apart a Franchi Affinity and Benelli M2 next to each to each other while cleaning. They are almost exactly the same. The primary difference was that the M2 recoil spring is in the butt stock whereas the Franchi has the recoil spring located around the mag tube, like most other brands do. The Benelli also has the comfort tech stock or whatever they call it. If you are only using the gun for hunting, 3.5” chamber is fine. If you plan to ever shoot light target loads, you may or may not have issues cycling them in the 3.5” chambered guns. With a 3” chamber, they will cycle pretty
  7. Never tried it before but would like to. Do you usually use an electronic call or regular call? If e-caller, are there any out there that are decent for under $150?
  8. Thanks. It’s not for everyone but if you are looking for a top of the line backpack with a great suspension system and extremely breathable, this ones a good one. Osprey also has a no questions asked repair or replace warranty. If for any reason the pack is damaged (torn, mouse chewed through it, put it too close to the fire etc..) they will repair or replace the pack forever. So basically you’ll have a functional pack forever no matter what you do to it.
  9. Walther PPQ has a great trigger and very comfortable grip. I’d definitely handle one before you make a decision.
  10. Brand new pack never been worn. Just don’t have the time for backpacking anymore and I have 2 hunting packs I can use in a pinch so this one’s going up for sale. Size is medium. osprey has a lifetime guarantee. They’re selling for $270 at EMS and REI etc... I’m asking $210. I’m in Somerset county. Here’s the description from Osprey.. The Atmosphere AG 65 is the best-fitting, most ventilated and comfortable pack ever made for traditional backpacking trips up to a week or more in duration. The innovative AntiGravity suspension makes it feel like you're carrying less weight and
  11. Cabelas in PA does NOT have it just in case you were going to try there
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