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  1. Nov 18, 2016 #1

    flounder

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    Let's see some pics of your White Rifles

    Here is my Ultra Mag, Ed sold me this
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    My .451 Super Safari
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    My still unfired .451 Super 91
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  2. Nov 18, 2016 #2

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    Don't know why I ever sold that to you Art. I'm still kicking myself over that. You must have caught me at a weak moment? LOL
     
  3. Nov 18, 2016 #3

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    If you have another weak moment I would like the m98
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  4. Nov 19, 2016 #4

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    Will it help ease your pain if I tell you how much I like that rifle and how well I am caring for it? :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  5. Nov 19, 2016 #5

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    Nooooo. snif, snif
     
  6. Nov 19, 2016 #6

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    Cheer up Chet, Art has been known to have an occasional weak moment! Sold me this wonderful .451 S91. Batchief glass bedded it for me a day after I joined the DWB's.

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    Ahhh! White envy!!!!


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  8. Nov 21, 2016 #8

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    My White Thunder
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    My dads .54 Bison when i was younger. I let dad shoot his Whitetail .50 while I shot the .54 becuase i thought that made me a man. That thing would straight STOMP some deer. I still have a flinch. 660 grain bullet over 110 grain of pistol powder. The white muzzeloader is over my shoulder i nthe picture. :(
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    This one is GOLD. I was 9 years old and it was 1998. First muzzeloader kill and it was with a White. As you can see it was more gun than I should have been shooting at 9 years old but I felt like a bad son of gun!
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    Dad has 3 white rifles and I have one white shotgun. Ill have to get pictures some time.
     
  9. Nov 22, 2016 #9

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    Great pics...those thunder shotguns are murder on squirrels too!!
     
  10. Nov 24, 2016 #10

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    Here is my .504 Model 97 with doc's initials on it and the crown. Ever see one like that Chet? funky or wilson crown?
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  11. Nov 24, 2016 #11

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    That is my White M97 Whitetail Hunter in ,451. It has the laminate stock as you can see. And it sports a Nikon Omega 3-9x40 scope. This is a very nice shooting rifle. 65 grains of T-7 2f (thanks to Ed's suggestions) and a Bull Shop 460 grain conical bullet and this thing will flat out shoot!

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    This is my White Bison .504 caliber. I purchased it used and the previous owner was not real careful about cleaning his rifle. The bore has pitting. The rifle was cleaned and I threw a 4x32mm Simmons Pro Diamond scope ($29.00) and some simple rings. I took the rifle out to the range and this is me trying out the scope.

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    With that simple scope I later shot a 2-1/2 inch group at one hundred yards with that rifle. Needless to say, its a shooter.

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    This of course is my White Ultra Mag .504 caliber. With the laminate stock. It wears a 2-7x32mm Nukon Pro Staff. This is a great scope!! And as all Ultra Mag shooters know, these things will really shoot.
     
  12. Nov 24, 2016 #12

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    Hmm just when you think you might know something you find out you dont. I have 2 Wilson barrels and that doesn't look like mine. Since it's an MTI I would have assumed Criterion, but it doesn't appear to be that either . Since it has Docs initials he may have redone it in which case it's anybody's guess :) I had 2 identical guns Doc did , one had a Douglas barrel one had a Kelly
    So go figure . Anyway they all shoot good :) so if it's a White a person should be happy regardless of the barrel manufacturer.
     
  13. Nov 24, 2016 #13

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    That is where the "Doc Factor" comes in. I'd say that is a Bo Clerke barrel that has been partially recrowned. Could have been by the previous owner, or Doc himself?

    How many lands and grooves are in the barrel? That is why I said nothing with these rifles is absolute, and especially so if it has went back through Docs hands.
     
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    my Bison has a similar looking barrel.

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    Doesn't it look like that a little?
     
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    That is a Wilson crown. The end of the barrel is flat with a recessed target crown. The Clerk is funnel shaped.
     
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    Both my lightings and both Bisons of mine are Wilson .
    I wonder what the Tbolt I got coming from Doc will be .
    It is suppose to be NIB , guess I will see in a week or two
    I even have a real odd ball . Anybody know about a 451 bull barrel Bison with shorty barrel , like 20 inch ?
     
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    six lands six grooves
     
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    Somebody stole one :) it should have 7 !:)
     
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    Bo Clerke .451 cal on left, Wilson .504 cal on the right. Sorry, too late for natural light.

    Steve's barrel is a Doc induced hybrid, more than likely. When Doc stamps his GBW initials on a rifle, it means it has went through his accurizing process. He must not have liked the crown on that one?
     

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    There is minor pitting at the muzzle, kinda hard to see with flashlight, but I counted six couple of times. I could be wrong tho, wouldn't be the first time. :huh?: How many do the Wilson barrels have?
     

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