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    Post Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03

    Planning to add a second caliber to my rifle battery for hunting. I currently own a 30-06 and want to add a 375 h&h.
    A new Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03 is available in a 375 h&h at an affordable price. The rifle itself has a walnut wooden stock with bavarian cheek piece. The rifle also feels very light. The rifle imo is a beautiful piece of work and I just love it.

    Has anyone own a Voere like this one or can provide info on Voere?
    My concern being that the rifle is light in weight will it kick like a mule as it is a 375 h&h?

    Any takes on the Voere will be a great help.

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    Default Re: Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03

    Confused???? No takes on the Voere. I guess it's not a popular rifle. Maybe should look at sumthing else......

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    There have been other threads on Voere, do a search IM sure you'll find them.

    Voere BTW is a good rifle.
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    Use a gun that works EVERY TIME. "All skill is in vain when an Angel pisses in the flintlock of your musket."

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    Default Re: Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03

    There was a writeup in one of the hunting magazines on the Voere 375..
    The weapon was supplied by Alfonds from Brooklyn Firearms..
    The writer felt that it was the 375 that he shot with the least recoil..
    How that relates to the firearm that you have... I'm not sure of..
    Lookup their number and phone him.. He is only at the shop on Saturdays , close to the SWAT Range in Centurion

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    Default Re: Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03

    Do not buy a lightweight 375H&H. The laws of physics dictate that, if it is under 4kg, you had better like recoil.

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    Default Re: Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03

    Quote Originally Posted by Yousuf View Post
    My concern being that the rifle is light in weight will it kick like a mule as it is a 375 h&h?

    Any takes on the Voere will be a great help.
    your run of the mill Voere product is solid and reliable, but beware the kick. i have a 308 voere and it kicks both eyes into one socket, but apart from that it shoots true every time

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    Wink Re: Voere Kufstein Austria Model LBW 20-03

    Thanks for the info guys, lightweight or not the voere is an itch that has to be scratched, I have decided to get it anyway since its a 375 h&h (A caliber that I always wanted). Its reasonably priced and don't see why not. By researching the rifle on the net so far only good reports on the voere.

    Will report back after I get it. Thanks again for da info......

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