Winchester m94 450 Marlin next to some year old Grizzly Scat
My old Win. m70 Safari Grade .458 Mag. I used to pack this shooter everywhere when I lived in Nebraska. The most dangerous game I ever killed with it was this badger that kept digging holes in the ditch. I also carried it when I came to Idaho to visit family. It was a great berry picking rifle. I had to sell it when I fell on hard times. Taken in 93.
My old Model 700 Remington Classic .270 Win. Photo taken back in 84 when I lived in Idaho the first time. I'm taking aim at a distant fury target of some sort...probably a rock chuck.
My wife in 93...the year after we were married, I bought her this Browning BLR .308. She used it to take her first deer, a decent Nebraska Mulie.
My Dad, back in 86. We were in Idaho's Selway Wilderness hunting elk. He is packing a Remington Pump 30-06.
Ruger m77 Carbine 30-06. It was a good tree stand gun for whitetails, like this Nebraska Whitetail I took in 93.
My Father in Law and I (I am on the left) with Nebraska turkeys. The shot gun is a Remington 870 12 ga, all camo taped up. I have had the gun since I was 14.
My old Custom Built Ruger Superblack Hawk 45 Colt...built by John Linebaugh of Cody, Wy. The gun is next to my fly rod....and a pile of fresh grizzly scat. Taken Last Fall in Easter Idaho.
The Linebaugh built 45 Colt Ruger and my Charter Arms Bulldog 44 Special
1985, Eastern Idaho, I was hunting black bears in May. The rifle is my m700 270. My favorite load back then was a 130gr Nosler Partition over a case full of H4831....just like Jack O Conner used to do.
OK, I showed you some of mine, let s see some of yours.....