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Old 11-03-2011, 02:42 AM   #11
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.204 Ruger might be the perfect caliber for your needs. Here's one in your price range:

Howa 5 + 1 204 Ruger Bolt Action Rifle w/Blue Steel Barrel & $456.00 SHIPS FREE
Cheaper at cdnn
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Marlin X7 or Savage Axis are two great choices. The 243 is a great choice as it can be used for varmints or whitetails. Lots of bullet choices and can reach to 300 yards with ease.

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Marlin X7 or Savage Axis are two great choices. The 243 is a great choice as it can be used for varmints or whitetails. Lots of bullet choices and can reach to 300 yards with ease.
Ya and the marlin x7s in blued/black costs $299-$324 w tax here in missouri. They are forgiving and tack drivers. My 270 x7l will out shoot my buddies brand new 700 sps 270 anyday of the week with factory federal ammo, little loan my reloads. He also has the x7s in 243 and its an accurate little cuss.
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Marlins are also very easy to get parts for also. Scope bases are winchester model 70s, barrel nuts are savages, magazine springs are remington 700s, stocks are renington 700 sps

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My varmint gun is my winchester model 70 7mmwsm with a Pentax 3x9x50 scope & bipod

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My varmint gun is my winchester model 70 7mmwsm with a Pentax 3x9x50 scope & bipod
As i said earlier wray on a mosin-the op doesnt want craters but small holes
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As i said earlier wray on a mosin-the op doesnt want craters but small holes
I guess that i should have read a little farther up, my apologies
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I guess that i should have read a little farther up, my apologies
No problem mon ami. I do have to admit to love seeing yotes explode under the impact of a 125 grain hornady ballistic tip 7mm wsm also though.
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The Axis and the Edge are essentially the same rifle. Savage just changed the name. But I'd pick a Stevens 200 over either. They are made a little better and they work with all the add on parts for Savage rifles. You may want to upgrade the trigger or even swap barrels to a different caliber at some point. You can do that easy with a 200 but not so easy with the Edge/Axis. But they are nice rifles and accurate. It's just the Stevens (made by Savage) has a few advantages and it doesn't cost but a few dollars more. The 200 should be about $30 - $50 more expensive but it's well worth it.

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.204 Ruger might be the perfect caliber for your needs. Here's one in your price range:

Howa 5 + 1 204 Ruger Bolt Action Rifle w/Blue Steel Barrel & $456.00 SHIPS FREE
.204 would be a great cartridge. The rifle is proven also. VG combo.
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