Tie between my Marlin 1895 in .45-70 with no recoil compensation at all and my .300 WSM with no brake or recoil pad. Both are just not fun to shoot for any more than a shot or two.
06-26-2020 04:26 PM
Have a 300 weatherby magnum with 200 grain *** stomper!!!
06-20-2020 08:00 AM
Remington 700 in 300RUM
I got to shoot a 416 rigby as a teenager,and wow, but my Remington 700 BDL in 300 RUM (Remington Ultra Magnum) is a close second. with a better brake it it will tame down.
but after a day at the range with my bergara 6.5, I think I can live without the 300RUM
06-18-2020 07:56 PM
Davey jones popper
Not technically a rifle but had my uncles 4 gauge put me on my arse as a teenager. My shoulder hurt for 4 days straight after that.
05-27-2020 08:27 PM
Barrett Light Fifty. Not only did it kick like a Missouri mule the R.O.'s hated the thing. I had to go prone at ASC in Houston to keep shooting it. The dust was terrible from the muzzle brake gas. I tried to block the dust with a pricey HS Precision shooting mat. Big mistake. The mat looked like spaghetti after one shot. I was a gun flipper during that time & that monstrosity went back out the shop door at a tidy profit.
05-21-2020 05:16 AM
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 10:23 AM
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 11:59 AM
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 08:55 AM
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.
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