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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-21-2020 04:16 AM
unc_jaws23 By far and away .300 weatherby, it has an unbelievable sharp kick, would rather shoot the .378 or .416. .300 wsm is like a 243 compared to the weatheby
05-18-2020 09:23 AM
Parkerboy When I was 17 a friend's father had a .416 Rigby, bolt action, no recoil pad. I shot it once and that was enough.

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04-08-2020 10:59 AM
30"r Rifles Inc sheep Hunter extra lightweight rifle (around 4 lbs), no brake, in 300 Weatherby Mag. I agreed to shoot it in for a friend and after about 8 rounds was punch drunk.
04-05-2020 07:55 AM
texas bohunk An old JC Higgins (Remington) 30.06. It would actually bruise my shoulder after shooting at the gun range. Kept it 2 years then traded it off.
03-24-2020 03:51 PM
TreyW81 Stevens 7mm-08. Sold it, and so did the next guy...
03-21-2020 09:03 AM
Jackzilla357 A .375 h&h rifle that had a metal butt plate. It didn't kick like a mule it kicked like a grown *** horse.
01-29-2020 11:26 PM
dk2429 I haven't shot many rifles yet, but the worst was either a S&W M&P15 AR, or a 30-06.

The worst kicking gun....?

My late 1910's Winchester 12 gauge model 12 with a round of buck shot. Walnut stock, no recoil absorber, that ole girl will kick your shoulder off! No bs, you run 3 or 4 rounds through it one after another you'll want to put it down.

My newer Winchester 1300 is a pellet gun compared to that model 12! I can shoot rounds of high brass BB steel shot through that 1300 all day no problem.. The model 12 will finish me after a few rounds
01-29-2020 11:06 PM
gundoctor Over the years I have fired numerous heavy recoiling rifles and enjoyed doing it. Even a couple 50 cal BMG with a brake. But the day a customer walked in with that Wesely Richards double in 600 nitro, I'll never forget. He asked me to test fire both barrels & like a dumb d** I agreed. Im glad he only wanted two shots, because I nearly backed out on shooting the second one.
01-17-2020 09:34 AM
Blue Devil 7 My Savage 110 300 Win Mag beats the snot out of me when shot from the bench with my 180gr hand loads. It is hell on mule deer too though.
01-10-2020 10:17 AM
jebber WWI Mauser anti-tank rifle. Just a smidge over .50 cal.

two pics - me at the bench; you can see how we blocked it to help with recoil.
second pic is the owner with it on his shoulder - give an idea of size. His flip phone lets you know this was a looong time ago.

I would not shoot it a fifth time

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