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Old 11-27-2011, 08:09 PM   #11
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Centerpoint adventure class 4-16X40 mil-dot green-red-black choice colored reticle. Real nice for my budget $75 dollars at wal-mart
I think you did just fine with the scope you bought. You should have a lot of fun shooting your new rifle. If I was a serious hunter or a competitive shooter I might spend more money than I did for optics but so far my Bushnell 6-18x50 is doing real well.
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:15 PM   #12
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Thank you BlueTurf if i was better off id buy better optics
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:20 PM   #13
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Patrick, by the time you upgrade your scope you should know your rifle real good and you will be way ahead. You should be shooting real well when it is time to change the optics. You will probably shoot well with the one you have right now.
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Patrick, by the time you upgrade your scope you should know your rifle real good and you will be way ahead. You should be shooting real well when it is time to change the optics. You will probably shoot well with the one you have right now.
Ya that scope is staying on there its just fine with me only way itll come off is if it dont sight in good or if i get a better scope free
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Old 11-29-2011, 02:01 AM   #16
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Alrite everybody i shot the .300 ass blaster magnum. Im thourghly pleased the accu trigger was very nice the action smooth the kick was very manageable till i tryed a 180 grain remington i felt that to the socket of my shoulder. Its sighted in with 150 grain federals 7 and its 3 inchs high at a 100 yards . The centerpoint scope sighted in just fine. Overall im very pleased at Savage they made me happy 3 times already.

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Theres a 180 grain to the left of tape to the rights all 150s marchin toward there destination final rounds above tape. Btw there was a orange dot sticker there till it took off after i was done.
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Glad your happy with it,Most 300WM's really shine with heavier bullets.I shoot 165gr-210gr hunting bullets,and 168gr-210gr match bullets for my long range shooting.

All my parts came in today,so I just finished putting in the new trigger and bolt handle on mine.I'll put on the new barrel and scope rail tomorrow
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