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Old 01-18-2012, 01:10 AM   #1
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Whats the best brand for this caliber? If you have one please share your experience. Im looking to purchase one in the near future.

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Old 01-18-2012, 01:21 AM   #2
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I use remington express and winchester ballistic silvertip In my savage edge with great accuracy out to 100 yards

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Old 01-18-2012, 01:41 AM   #3
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I use remington express and winchester ballistic silvertip In my savage edge with great accuracy out to 100 yards
Ive been looking at savage. Does yours have the accutrigger "I think its called"
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No it dont but the trigger on mine realy aint to heavy for what i use it for

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Ive been looking at savage. Does yours have the accutrigger "I think its called"
Ive got that rifle, the savage model 11 in 22-250. Doesnt have the accu trigger, ive been using winchester super-x. Its like 32 bucks for a box of 40 at my local gunstore.
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Ive got that rifle, the savage model 11 in 22-250. Doesnt have the accu trigger, ive been using winchester super-x. Its like 32 bucks for a box of 40 at my local gunstore.
How do you like the gun?
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I love mine it shoots like a dream and I think timney trigger makes a aftermarket trigger for it now

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How do you like the gun?
I havent shot it a whole lot yet, got about 60 rounds through it but i like it so far. The action is very smooth, mine has the black synthetic stock with a bushnell 3-9x40 scope up top. Ive yet to fire it at distance of more than 100 yards. When i get my lead sled solo in from bass pro im gonna take it out and see how far out i can hit with it.

Id never fired or been around a 22-250 when shooting before i got mine and was surprised the recoil is very little but it makes one helluva pop when shot. A very sharp crack really.
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I havent shot it a whole lot yet, got about 60 rounds through it but i like it so far. The action is very smooth, mine has the black synthetic stock with a bushnell 3-9x40 scope up top. Ive yet to fire it at distance of more than 100 yards. When i get my lead sled solo in from bass pro im gonna take it out and see how far out i can hit with it.

Id never fired or been around a 22-250 when shooting before i got mine and was surprised the recoil is very little but it makes one helluva pop when shot. A very sharp crack really.
Let us know how it goes when you get the sled.
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I just got back from shooting :-D. And this what I got

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Thats a 1in circle I had at a 100 yards

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