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AH Journal: A Working Rifle

Read about the role of this working man's rifle in Aaron Carter's recent British Columbia black bear adventure in the AH Journal.


For some, a firearm represents a prized possession to pamper; but for others, it's a tool of the trade called upon to perform in the field day in and day out.

The Remington Model 700 BDL in .375 H&H Mag., pictured above topped with a Leupold Vari-X II 2-7X riflescope, was purchased in 1978 by a veteran British Columbia, Canada, guide, and is a prime example of the latter. Since its purchase, the rifle has served without fail and to good effect, particularly on black bear and grizzlies.

To read about its role in American Rifleman Managing Editor Aaron Carter's recent British Columbia black bear adventure, read his American Hunter's Journal

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3 Responses to AH Journal: A Working Rifle

Rizzo wrote:
January 05, 2012

What a great looking rifle.

Dale wrote:
December 14, 2010

To me this rifle would be worth its wait in gold. It is a piece of history. A real working rifle, not some over priced custom job that a average man can't afford.

Keith Sage wrote:
September 01, 2010

Thats my Rifle..all worn bluing and it still shoots if you ever wish to part from that Rifle give me a call.