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Browning Model 78 Hi-Wall ?? #7194152
06/10/18 09:15 PM
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Anyone own one, or have owned one?

Shooters? Trigger??


"I ain't here for a long time, I'm here for a good time"
King George Strait


Re: Browning Model 78 Hi-Wall ?? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7194213
06/10/18 10:53 PM
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I had one with a octagon barrel in 6mm Remington. Mind boggling beautiful wood. Prettiest gun I ever owned. Shot so bad it would not stay on a 4' X 4' target board at 100 yards with factory ammo. Traded it back the next day. I think the gun shop made a fortune off that gun.
Another in 45/70. BRUTAL. Traded it back the next day.

Re: Browning Model 78 Hi-Wall ?? [Re: Buzzsaw] #7194217
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45-70 winchester 1885, shoots better than I can. Browning low wall 22 hornet sub MOA easy at 100. Triggers are not great but functional.

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