December 31, 2012
January 22, 1999
Big Larry said
Yeah but, the M52 is of an old design and was really out dated by the Rem. 37. Then improved, the M52-C and “D” was a great rifle, out performed by the Rem. 40X. None of these rifles will shoot against a good Anschutz. I doubt even a “E” can do that. Big Larry
Really Big Larry,,,,,,,
I think, it all depends on,
Who is squeezing the Trigger,,,,,,,
I have a 22 Caliber Rifle, I’d put up against The Rem and Anschutz any day…..
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I agree with Mark…, it all depends on who is behind the trigger. Personally, I sincerely doubt that there is enough difference in any of the aforementioned rifles for 99.99% of the shooters on this planet to be able to detect.
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Thanks for patience for my “Competition” posts. I did these , not to take anything away from Winchesters, but felt It was a way That I could contribute something a little out of the norm , with my recent (15 years study) on competiters. Initialy I was not interested in them , but kept coming across affordable examples in some of my favorite Win Cartridges, and curiosity grew.
I have pleasant experiences shooting and evaluating these competitors.(and learning a bit of historical background)
Where as I cannot contribute much to the true Collector Talk and trivia mainstream of the Forum , having mostly standard Winchester CB OBR’s now, still certainly my core interest in all Winchester lever models , but especially 1892 & 1894. I shoot all the cal’s in these 2 models
the few Winchester pics I do have are not in the league of some of the fabulous examples that you Collectors own (and for the most part you are too modest to post) I would like to see more of these that I can only dream about.
I admit to be having fun finally being able to post pics. I have to take better pics when weather allows.And get more Computer savvy
I do like to chat about shooting them tho, as this is also something I have enjoyed for 45 years and feel I know a little bit about
In the pic of the Anschutz Supermatch, you can see the Scope mounting attatchments I made at work from stainless steel ,
with the adapter rail that fits into the Anschutz groove having a visable downward angle that gets the Scope in middle of adjustment for the 200 Meter range ,where it groups very well with appropriate target ammo , (Yes Trigonometry at school was some use after all )