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#6745122 - 04/25/17 01:09 AM Re: Thompson center Hawkins??? [Re: SowHntr]
bowbuilder1971 Offline
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Registered: 12/16/12
Posts: 464
My buddy back up north has their 45 cal Hawken kit rifle and his seems to like patch and ball the best. Great looking rifle.

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#6762900 - 05/12/17 10:43 PM Re: Thompson center Hawkins??? [Re: SowHntr]
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Has anyone shot elk with powerbelt? Everywhere I read they say use the 338gr. Is the maxi hunter the way to go?
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#6765651 - 05/16/17 12:23 PM Re: Thompson center Hawkins??? [Re: SowHntr]
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Registered: 09/16/15
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My old TC Hawkins worked good on on two elk. One was taken above Toketee? Falls @ elk camus. Camus = isolated mountain meadow. Who wouldn't hunt one named Elk? The second in Beaver Salvage, another camus area a few miles from the first. Both shots right at 100yd, and +/- 3,000ft above sea level. Both traveled over 100yd (second one waay over) leaving good blood trails. I know the rifle can still do it - but my old body can't anymore.

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