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  • baboon

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    Out here by the lake!
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    Left to right Steyr SSG PII .308, O3A3 SBR in .308, Remington 700 .416 Remington Magnum.
     

    baboon

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    Nice guns. Nice Baboon.

    Wasn’t there a movie by that name?
    I wouldn't be surprised about a movie title. A friend spent a night with his Labrador who spent 2 prior days breeding. Watching him around the baboon was funny as shit. When he first mad eye contact he was scared, then he whent to dick sniffing
     

    baboon

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    Be fun to see what that .416 could do to a hog....
    I shot my Steenbok with the .416 (phone is charging)Hunting buddy brained two warthogs with his .500 Nitro Express. One did the JFK dance, the other one took the shot and stood rocking for a minute before rolling over. The price of ammo makes it stupid to shoot small shit with.

    As aside note those large heavy cailbers are known to detach retinas & dislocate shoulders. My .416 is a lite weight gun compared to the buddies double rifle in .500. My thinking is I have to carry it more the shoot it. The last PH I hunted with stopped bringing his rifle for the weight to carry it, on stalks.
     
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