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05-01-2011, 2:40 PM
so my best group was 4 shots in this hole I couldnt believe it! 3rd string wasnt all that and the rest were just ok. Tikka T3 lite SS .223 All 100 yards with PPU 75 gr factory match ammo.
05-01-2011, 2:47 PM
I have a T3 Varmint in 22-250. The accuracy of that rifle is surgical, in my opinion. Easy 1MOA at 100 yards. Farthest squirrel taken to date is 220 yards
05-01-2011, 2:49 PM
Tikka's parent company is Sako, they know a thing or two about making good barrels ;). Yeah that one grouping with all 4 in almost the same whole was nice :cool:
05-01-2011, 2:57 PM
My Savage shoots your first group all day
05-01-2011, 2:59 PM
my savage in 308 is a bit harder to do
That thing is super sub MOA:rolleyes:
05-01-2011, 5:34 PM
I hear you, my first time out with the 308 using crap ammo, and two broken screws on the scope rings, same side!.
And I can't shoot!! Not yet anyway
05-02-2011, 2:43 PM
I compared 2 totally different rifles- MSTN AR-15 against a Tikka T3 Bolt rifle. Both in 223 caliber.
Top target was MSTN AR with 16" Lilja Barrel bottom Target was Tikka
T3 lite bolt action rifle with 22 1/4 " barrel.
Using PMC 55 GR AND Federal 55 gr ammo. Using Trijicon Accupoint scopes on both rifle. TR21R for the MSTN Rifle and TR20R for the Tikka Bolt Action rifle.
Both rifles performed outstanding! Using cheap ammo.
The bottom 6' oclock dime size target was the last grouping of the Tikka T3 lite.
I'm very happy with how accurate the Tikkas are!
And this was my first time taking her shooting. Haven't been broken in yet!
Tikka T3 Lite -- Shoots like a charm out of the box, Will be used for Yote hunting!
Not bad at all!!
I believe the more the Tikka is shot the better groupings it gives, tighter and tighter groupings!
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