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Old 07-25-2012, 11:48 AM   #11
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You may get more replys on the "scout rifle" with a new thread started for it. Been my experience when I have questions over something inparticular to put in the forum. This forum is really good about giving user friendly information. I hope you find out whatever you like to know over that scout rifle where ever you read it. Enjoy the shooting sports.

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You may get more replys on the "scout rifle" with a new thread started for it. Been my experience when I have questions over something inparticular to put in the forum. This forum is really good about giving user friendly information. I hope you find out whatever you like to know over that scout rifle where ever you read it. Enjoy the shooting sports.
I know just saw some Ruger fans in here thought I would throw it out there LOL
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Old 07-25-2012, 10:37 PM   #13
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That's was a good idea, I believe there are alot of Ruger fans. I kinda hoped you might start a thread on the scout rifle, I really think more scout rifle folks would reply if they saw it in the thread starters. You have my interest in that rifle now.

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That's was a good idea, I believe there are alot of Ruger fans. I kinda hoped you might start a thread on the scout rifle, I really think more scout rifle folks would reply if they saw it in the thread starters. You have my interest in that rifle now.
They have threads on it they are just old ones n most post are by people that don't have one they just don't like the gun the people that have one like it
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I have plans to post my results on this forum after I get to evaluate the Ruger rifle for myself and I'll have one for the shotgun thread over rifled barrel and sabots. The scout rifle, is that the one with a scope in front of the receiver instead of on top of the receiver, like a Springfield scout rifle?

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I bought one in a .308 Saturday but have not fired it yet

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Please post a range report on this. I want the .308 All American.
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It feels kinda plastic in the stock but it shoots amazing, I love it. It's my favorite out of any newer sub 1,000 rifle for sure, I'd recommend it 90% of the time for a true blue hunting rifle but at the range, you gotta reload a crap load.

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Oh yea and the bolt action is awesome, very easy and smooth to actuate.

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Please post a range report on this. I want the .308 All American.
Should have one for you in a few days
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