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I am looking for some references or history on a Churchill Highlander by Kassnar. It was an excellent price and it shoots great so far. Made in Italy. Stock is dinged up but I like the butter knife bolt and it only weighs 8 lbs with a 3-9 Burris on it. Also looking for reload recipes for it 25-06 and 115 to 120 bullets for deer. Any help out there?

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

57 grains of Hodgdon Retumbo in a winchester case primed with a winchester large rifle primer (WLR) and a .25 caliber, 110 grain Nosler Accubond. Very close to book specs at over 3200 from a 24 inch tube. This load kills deer and feral hogs like they have been hit with lightening.

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

ller: Terry146 (FFL Dealer) $1,150.00 [View]

Churchill Rifles 30-06 available NEW IN BOX (GA Number: 903449002) Classified Ad
A Misc Rifles
Churchill Rifles 30-06 available NEW IN BOX, 24" barrels, paddle style bolt, silent safety, accepts remington 700 bases. Liquidating these rifles, ha ...(read more)
Seller: halifaxsupply (FFL Dealer) $299.99 [View]
GA Sales: 7

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

What powder you have on hand?

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from DakotaMan wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

I have shot lots of deer with a 100 grain Hornady and as much IMR4831 as your rifle can stand. It is a great prairie round for shooting running muleys and whitetails at long range. It is by far my favorite deer weight on the prairie. I also get great accuracy out of Hornady 117 grain spire points over 48.5g of IMR4350. It chronos at about 3200 fps with a 24" barrel. I have only shot a few deer with that just to experiment and just like with the 100 grain, it decked them on the spot and they never twitched.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

care to sell it?

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from garryb wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

Thanks for the recipes
Powder on hand - IMR 4350, H4350 and H450
Retumbo is on the wish list.
This one is not for sale yet.

Still need some history or reviews of Churchill rifles. Rem 700 bases helps. And now if anyone knows of stock and trigger compatabilities I will be set to find change out parts as I play with loads.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

57 grains of Hodgdon Retumbo in a winchester case primed with a winchester large rifle primer (WLR) and a .25 caliber, 110 grain Nosler Accubond. Very close to book specs at over 3200 from a 24 inch tube. This load kills deer and feral hogs like they have been hit with lightening.

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

ller: Terry146 (FFL Dealer) $1,150.00 [View]

Churchill Rifles 30-06 available NEW IN BOX (GA Number: 903449002) Classified Ad
A Misc Rifles
Churchill Rifles 30-06 available NEW IN BOX, 24" barrels, paddle style bolt, silent safety, accepts remington 700 bases. Liquidating these rifles, ha ...(read more)
Seller: halifaxsupply (FFL Dealer) $299.99 [View]
GA Sales: 7

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

What powder you have on hand?

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from DakotaMan wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

I have shot lots of deer with a 100 grain Hornady and as much IMR4831 as your rifle can stand. It is a great prairie round for shooting running muleys and whitetails at long range. It is by far my favorite deer weight on the prairie. I also get great accuracy out of Hornady 117 grain spire points over 48.5g of IMR4350. It chronos at about 3200 fps with a 24" barrel. I have only shot a few deer with that just to experiment and just like with the 100 grain, it decked them on the spot and they never twitched.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

care to sell it?

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from garryb wrote 4 years 10 weeks ago

Thanks for the recipes
Powder on hand - IMR 4350, H4350 and H450
Retumbo is on the wish list.
This one is not for sale yet.

Still need some history or reviews of Churchill rifles. Rem 700 bases helps. And now if anyone knows of stock and trigger compatabilities I will be set to find change out parts as I play with loads.

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