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Old 05-23-2012, 04:19 AM   #21
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Not for me. I want a marlin x7vh.

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Old 05-24-2012, 05:55 AM   #22
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It's a really nice looking gun but I'll stick with my model 700
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Old 05-24-2012, 06:09 AM   #23
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It looks good. The classic 1903 Springfield design.

The price is good too. About half of what a Remington would cost.

And it is ready to be drilled and tapped in the usual way.

These are the most popular calibres too -- 243, 308, 270, and 30-06 in order of increasing power.
Wait, what? 1903???
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Old 05-25-2012, 02:00 AM   #24
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I actually went to my local gun store today. The Ruger American is complete crap I can almost put it in the 770 category but it doesn't quite deserve that. It's bad sorry ruger. FYI I still have the same opinion on the mark ii.
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Old 05-25-2012, 06:08 AM   #25
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I actually went to my local gun store today. The Ruger American is complete crap I can almost put it in the 770 category but it doesn't quite deserve that. It's bad sorry ruger. FYI I still have the same opinion on the mark ii.
American Rifleman had a write-up on it. I handled the 30.06 the other day. I for one did not like the trigger guard molded to the stock. Some of the fit and finish as well.

Sorry Ruger; but, I will save additional cash for another Remington 700.
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Old 05-25-2012, 11:24 AM   #26
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You old people really dont like to try anything new. Wood stocks are terrible. + unless you pay 1000 or more the 700 is terrible.
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Seems like this is a challenge to the TC Venture... Same look, price, and rifling....
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You old people really dont like to try anything new. Wood stocks are terrible. + unless you pay 1000 or more the 700 is terrible.
Wood stocks are terrible? Nothing gives a hunting rifle more character than a nice wood stock. I own a Remington 700 bdl in 30-06 which I purchased for 725 dollars. With a Burris 3x9x50 scope I can easily hit a wild pig at 300 yards. I have heard a lot of trash talk about the Remington 700 but have never personally experienced any problems with one.
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Idk. I dont hunt. I trust my life to synthetic stocks. Wood at war swells and is terrible.
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Seems like this is a challenge to the TC Venture... Same look, price, and rifling....
I love the tc venture the action is amazing the stock is also awesome with the gray rubber insets. Love that rifle. Also it has an accuracy guarantee.
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