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01-11-2009, 9:45 PM
I'm looking for a different 7.62 bolt action target rifle. I already have an FN SPR and some Remingtons, mostly kevlar stocked stuff. Already have Savage also. Looking for a "different" brand and wondering what else is out there. My "gotta haves" on it are a wood stock, heavy barrel and adjustable trigger.
Anyone got anything in the "other brands'?
01-11-2009, 9:52 PM
For factory: Sako 85 Varmint? Has a set trigger. For a cheaper option, Tikka T3 in wood?
Bunch of custom options for around $1700+
Cooper Montana Varminter? Yeah, yeah their president supported the Democrats, but he was canned.
CZ 550 Varmint:
The Icon doesn't have a heavy barrel, but they are supposed to be very accurate out of the box.
01-11-2009, 9:56 PM
Kimber Tactical: .308. 300 Win, 223...
Controilled round feed, great fit and finish. accurate.
Custom quality, gun store (sort of) prices.
01-11-2009, 10:09 PM
You can get a disgustingly accurate Tango 51, factory guaranteed .25 MOA I s*** you not. Prepare for sticker shock:D
01-11-2009, 10:39 PM
I just got rid of my CZ 550, that's what prompts the new buy (the CZ with rings & "marginal" scope sit at Castro Valley for $675.00, BTW) and actually, the Kimber or Tikka sounds like a good idea, just not the tac models. I'll check out Tikka & Sako, have heard good things about them. I have a Sako STR in 300 Win Mag with a 7 Rem Mag barrel and like the quality.
I want to go factory, not too much over $1,000.00 or so. I thought I'd like the set trigger, but it's not for me. The CZ has it and I almost never use it on my others.
01-11-2009, 11:58 PM
the Kimber or Tikka sounds like a good idea, just not the tac models.
Yeah, I know what you mean.
I like tactical stocks for weight, ease of handling, weather proof nature, etc. but for a varminter, I prefer nice wood. I like flat fore end stocks though, not sporter type wood stocks.
01-12-2009, 12:19 AM
steyr has some sweet rifes got $1000or2 to burn
E Pluribus Unum
01-12-2009, 12:28 AM
Dangit.... I thought this was going to be a video post of a small Asian woman shooting a fully automatic M1A.
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