500 MDM

Discussion in 'Big Bore Rifles' started by Michael458, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. dman24

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    I really enjoy reading your stories and the process behind these beautiful rifles. It seems like it would make an excellent book also.
     
  2. Michael458

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    First thank you, I appreciate it and glad you enjoyed them. Book? Yeah, been told that, most want me to do a book on bullets, and it just seems I always have something else to do, and avoid it. Maybe one day a book on bullets and incorporate the rifles and hunting to go with it.........

    Thanks........
     
  3. MacEntyre

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    Not a book on bullets... a book of adventure stories!
     
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  4. MacEntyre

    MacEntyre Shoot on Sight! Charter Member Vendor

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    Michael, your are like Q, the Armorer for 007... you are Q for Big Game Hunters.
     
  5. Michael458

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    I have, and continue to enjoy helping the guys out, and making sure they have the very best so that they can be successful, and the right tools to keep them and theirs safe while in the field. It is great to hear of their success.

    Brent Ebling is in the field now, in Zambia, with his 500 MDM and he is racking and stacking. So far two buffalo and two hippo, all one shot, down and out. He was able to contact me the other day via email from the field.
     
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