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Well, the .204 has been around long enough that I might have to break down and get one after all. :rolleyes: With some other popular calibers such as .223 Rem, .22-250 Rem, .220 Swift, or .243 Win I have kind of a 'feel' for what I think would be 'too much' or 'not enough', depending on what I'm trying to accomplish w/ the gun in question... e.g. for a .223 is it a close-in calling rig or a 600-1000yd F-Class gun? For the one, 16-20" is plenty, for the other 24" is about min. and 28-30" may not be too much (radically different powder/bullet combinations).

For a .204 to be used for general varminting... a little bit of coyote calling, some rock chucks if I can find 'em and (hopefully) a bucket-load of ground squirrels... what would constitute 'too much' or 'not enough'?


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