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#568654 - 03/31/20 10:38 AM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: John Roberts]
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Originally Posted By: John Roberts
I know the old adage "if you cannot say anything good...", which I've never followed, so I'm compelled to say that is one ugly design, executed to a fairly decent degree. Hideous, but glad you like it.
JR


I can relate. Iíve never been one to hold back either. JR, youíre an A-hole. You couldíve easily just looked at the thread, and moved on, but you just had to have your say, like anyone here can give two f$&ks about your opinion on anything. You should really try and follow the old adage....


Regarding the gun so as not to go too far off topic....I like seeing B. Bradshawís innovative creations. Heís extremely talented. I donít think too many people have seen many guns like this one. Thereís oodles of unique features on it that Iíd personally like to see in person, just to see how they work. The engineering involved in this design is impressive. Like Thad Scottís 4 bore that K. Owen built....itís not for everyone, but you have to be impressed with what went into it to make it become a reality.

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#568656 - 03/31/20 10:48 AM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: buckstix]
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There is some amazing workmanship, the stock work and quality of the wood practically jumps at you. Iíll not weigh in on the action or caliber, never owned, used, or, honestly, needed, either. But, I think it is nice to see something different from time to time, and to see guns completely different from mine being put to good use.
Enjoy. Wisconsin is a deer hunting Mecca, from what I have seen.

Best,
Ted

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#568660 - 03/31/20 11:13 AM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: LeFusil]
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Originally Posted By: LeFusil
Originally Posted By: John Roberts
I know the old adage "if you cannot say anything good...", which I've never followed, so I'm compelled to say that is one ugly design, executed to a fairly decent degree. Hideous, but glad you like it.
JR


I can relate. Iíve never been one to hold back either. JR, youíre an A-hole. You couldíve easily just looked at the thread, and moved on, but you just had to have your say, like anyone here can give two f$&ks about your opinion on anything. You should really try and follow the old adage....


From one a s s hole to another (notice I don't mind saying the actual word instead of a prettied up version), it wasn't personal, just an opinion offered to a post that begs a "what do you guys (notice I refrain from the use of "y'all", so as not to harm your sensibilities further) think of this?". Sorry it harmed your sensibilities, LeFusil, not that they really matter to anyone here as well. And I can remember a time when Two fu cks were worth something. Have a nice day...
JR


Edited by John Roberts (03/31/20 11:14 AM)
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#568663 - 03/31/20 11:27 AM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: buckstix]
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Whatever you say you cantankerous old drunk. Harm my sensibilities?? No chance. Youíve been an a s s hole since day one, nothing personal...Iím just telling it like it is. Hey you have a nice day yourself, Sambo.

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#568664 - 03/31/20 11:43 AM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: LeFusil]
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Originally Posted By: LeFusil
Whatever you say you cantankerous old drunk. Harm my sensibilities?? No chance. Youíve been an a s s hole since day one, nothing personal...Iím just telling it like it is. Hey you have a nice day yourself, Sambo.


Thanks for the compliments, I know hard that must have been for you. And I'm not really an a s s hole, I just have a s s hole tendencies at times.
JR
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#568679 - 03/31/20 02:22 PM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: Ted Schefelbein]
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Originally Posted By: John Roberts
I know the old adage "if you cannot say anything good...", which I've never followed, so I'm compelled to say that is one ugly design, executed to a fairly decent degree. Hideous, but glad you like it.
JR

Hello John Roberts,
No Thanks for the reply.

In looking over your nearly 2100 posts since 2006 ... You confirm the old adage: "Opinions are like "assholes" - everyone has at least one." Please move on.

Originally Posted By: LeFusil
I can relate. Iíve never been one to hold back either. JR, youíre an A-hole. You couldíve easily just looked at the thread, and moved on, but you just had to have your say, like anyone here can give two f$&ks about your opinion on anything. You should really try and follow the old adage....

Regarding the gun so as not to go too far off topic....I like seeing B. Bradshawís innovative creations. Heís extremely talented. I donít think too many people have seen many guns like this one. Thereís oodles of unique features on it that Iíd personally like to see in person, just to see how they work. The engineering involved in this design is impressive. Like Thad Scottís 4 bore that K. Owen built....itís not for everyone, but you have to be impressed with what went into it to make it become a reality.

Hello Lefusil,
Thanks for the reply.

I couldn't have said it any better. Thank you. I've learned that many "keyboard-gurus", that like to throw sticks-and-stones at other peoples treasures, have little if any field experience, and can't appreciate, or afford, the finer things in life that bring pleasure to others. Rather than enjoying life, they merely sit at their keyboards and feel compelled to vomit-forth their unwanted opinions.

Originally Posted By: Ted Schefelbein
There is some amazing workmanship, the stock work and quality of the wood practically jumps at you. Iíll not weigh in on the action or caliber, never owned, used, or, honestly, needed, either. But, I think it is nice to see something different from time to time, and to see guns completely different from mine being put to good use.
Enjoy. Wisconsin is a deer hunting Mecca, from what I have seen. Best, Ted

Hello Ted Schefelbein,
Thanks for the reply.

Yes, the design and mechanical ingenuity are absolutely amazing. Not to mention the quality of the workmanship and artistic enhancements. I have 27 double rifles in my collection, ranging from 8mm Lebel cal. up to 700NE cal. This one goes to the head of the class in "Class". Last Fall I was successful harvesting a nice Wisconsin Whitetail Buck with my 700NE. This Fall I'll use the "Double-B".
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#568700 - 03/31/20 05:35 PM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: buckstix]
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if a s s holes could fly - this place would be an airport...
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#568707 - 03/31/20 07:16 PM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: buckstix]
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Originally Posted By: buckstix
In looking over your nearly 2100 posts since 2006...


Wow...
JR


Edited by John Roberts (03/31/20 08:05 PM)
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#568959 - 04/03/20 12:27 AM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: buckstix]
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Hello All,

Tomorrow I go to the range for testing the new rifle. Sine the gun is regulated with Hornady Factory ammo, I called Hornady to get their specs on both their 500NE and their 450-400-3" loadings. Their 500NE = 2120fps with a 570g bullet and the 450-400-3" = 2050fps with a 400g bullet. Although they wouldn't give me the powder used, both use powders that fill the case. Rather than paying the high price for Factory ammo, I'll hand-load to duplicate their loads. I'll report back soon.
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#569000 - 04/03/20 01:59 PM Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne [Re: buckstix]
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Registered: 05/14/09
Posts: 105
That is one gorgeous rifle! Incredible workmanship and artistry in wood and metal. I look forward to hearing how it shoots.

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