Trophy Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting

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Trophy Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting (2002)

Trophy Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting, Also known as Trophy Hunter 2003: Rocky Mountain Adventures, is a 2002 hunting simulation developed by Southlogic Studios. It is a remake of the 1999 game Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter developed by Sunstorm Interactive. Two other games in the Legendary Hunting trilogy were also released: Deer Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting and Bird Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting.


The following firearms are seen in Trophy Hunter 2003:

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Browning B78

A Browning B78 chambered for 7mm Magnum is referred to as the "Elizabeth" in-game.

Browning B78 - .30-06
Elizabeth.jpg
Ray "Gray" Jameson carries his Browning B78 while hunting in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in New Mexico.
Aiming the Browning B78.
Reloading the Browning B78.

Marlin Model 336

The Marlin Model 336 lever-action rifle is available under the name "Vicky". Its receiver is heavily reminiscent of the Winchester Model 1866.

Marlin 336A Carbine - .30-30
Vicky.jpg
Jim "The Bear" Langer carries his Marlin Model 336 while at the Target Range.
Aiming the Marlin.
Reloading the Marlin Model 336.

Kentucky Plains Flintlock Musket

An ornately engraved Kentucky Plains Flintlock Musket is available in-game, dubbed humorously as "Old Smokley".

Kentucky Plains Flintlock Musket
Old Smokley.jpg
Ray carries his Kentucky Rifle while hunting in Southern Alberta.
Aiming the Kentucky Rifle.
Reloading the Kentucky Rifle.

Ruger Mini-14

What appears to be a Ruger Mini-14 appears in the game in two variants. One is chambered in .30-06 and is dubbed "Lacey", the other is chambered in .270 dubbed "Linda". The .30-06 has a wooden finish, while the .270 has a black synthetic finish.

Ruger Mini-14 - 5.56x45mm
Lacey.jpg
Jim carries his .30-06 Autoloader while hunting in Southern Alberta.
Aiming the .30-06 Autoloader.
Reloading the .30-06 Autoloader.
Linda.jpg
Jim carries his .270 Autoloader while hunting in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado.
Aiming the .270 Autoloader.
Reloading the .270 Autoloader.

Remington 700

The Remington 700 appears in three variants. Dubbed, "Kimberley", "Nicole", and "Cindy", they are chambered for .338 Magnum, .300 Magnum, and .30-06 respectively. The Kimberley is seen with a wooden finish, the Nicole has a mint green finish, and the Cindy has a camo pattern.

Remington 700 CDL - .300 Winchester Magnum.
Kimberley.jpg
Jim carries his .338 Magnum Remington 700PSS while hunting in the Rockies of British Columbia.
Aiming the .338 Magnum at a flock of Bighorn sheep.
Reloading the .338 Magnum.
Jim poses with a monstrous 323 pound Bighorn sheep.
Nicole.jpg
Jim carries his .300 Magnum Remington while hunting in the Bitterroot Mountains in Montana.
Jim aims the .300 Magnum at a black bear.
Reloading the .300 Magnum.
Jim poses with a 266 pound male black bear.
Cindy.jpg
Jim carries his .30-06 Remington while hunting in the Alaskan Peninsula.
Aiming the .30-06.
Reloading the .30-06.

Remington 870 Field Gun

A Remington 870 Field Gun sans raised barrel rib is available under the fictional make of "Thunderous 1200" (likely a reference to the Winchester Model 1200).

Remington 870 Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28" barrel - 12 Gauge.
Thunderous 1200.jpg
Ray carries his Remington 870 while hunting in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado.
Aiming the Remington 870.
Reloading the Remington 870.



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