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Old 06-13-2012, 04:42 PM   #11
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Is that last one a rifle???
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Saiga "sporter" AKs - $299 online --- cheapest, BEST, realest Russian AK youll have. and the conversion is soo easy.

Kel Tec PLR16 -- $3-500. not classified as a rifle, but if you get the tax stamp, you can have a great SBR. easy to clear a house, and take in and out of vehicle.

palmetto state/quentin defense upper on a plumcrazy, or New Frontier lower....
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Whats everyone opinion on the Marlin XL7.

A lot of local folks here in Ky say they'd like to have one because their inexpensive so they wouldn't have to worry "as much" about banging it up.
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In my opinion I would have to say my Saiga 7.62x39($350), Yugo sks($200), and hex receiver "Izzy" Mosin Nagant($100). My reason behind it: reliable, inexpensive ammo,not tack drivers but pretty accurate and most importantly it's what I was able to afford at the time I purchased each rifle.
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Whats everyone opinion on the Marlin XL7.

A lot of local folks here in Ky say they'd like to have one because their inexpensive so they wouldn't have to worry "as much" about banging it up.
i own three of them. an XS7 in 7mm-08, an XL7 in 25-06 and an XS7VH in 308. very accurate and well made rifle for the price and a true bargain. they shoot as accurate as rifles costing several times as much. i have shot and compared them to my Remington M700's, Winchester M70's, Ruger M77's and many others. they will hold their own as far as accuracy. they are not in the same level as a nice walnut stocked and blued steel hunting rifle as far as looks, but want an accurate and reliable hunting or shooting rifle without spending an arm or leg and not having to worry about scratching or banging it up hunting, then IMO it's one to give some serious consideration in when looking to buy.
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i own three of them. an XS7 in 7mm-08, an XL7 in 25-06 and an XS7VH in 308. very accurate and well made rifle for the price and a true bargain. they shoot as accurate as rifles costing several times as much. i have shot and compared them to my Remington M700's, Winchester M70's, Ruger M77's and many others. they will hold their own as far as accuracy. they are not in the same level as a nice walnut stocked and blued steel hunting rifle as far as looks, but want an accurate and reliable hunting or shooting rifle without spending an arm or leg and not having to worry about scratching or banging it up hunting, then IMO it's one to give some serious consideration in when looking to buy.
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A lot of local folks here in Ky say they'd like to have one because their inexpensive so they wouldn't have to worry "as much" about banging it up.
3 words on them, Dead nuts accurate, got it ??good now go get one or 5 trust me u will i did i have 7 of them 1 of them will not be in production which sucks
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Is that last one a rifle???
Oops I meant 750!! I must look stupid... Wow someone forgot their idiot pill that morning haha.
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We appreciate the input and will be listing some of your personal picks soon.
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A Marlin 60, Stevens 200, and a Winchester 94. You could get all three for a little more that 600.
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