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Old 01-18-2013, 11:15 PM   #61
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Here's a good link to check out prices:
http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/index.php/cPath/36_57_981/sort/6a/page/1

You will find most variations of the 700 from 500-900 bucks, theres some high end models up to 2000 but a practical model can be had for far less. Stay away from big box retailers who charge msrp if you can help it. In my area most gun shops are far below msrp, but store like Gander Mountain will be full blown msrp every time. Check the Remington website to see all models and msrp.
Thanks I'll look forward to buying one I am going to save up money for this awesome rifle
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Talk to ya later then bud. Welcome to ftf by the way, lot of good people on here
Back after a while got baseball games homework and friends. Are browning 7mm good? I'm not doubting their quality but just want to get a quality rifle that can be passed down
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Back after a while got baseball games homework and friends. Are browning 7mm good? I'm not doubting their quality but just want to get a quality rifle that can be passed down
Oh yes browning a bolt an x bolt rifles are great guns.
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Oh yes browning a bolt an x bolt rifles are great guns.
I prefer browning over anything
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The only problem I ever had with Browning is that they are too darn pretty, I hate having that sick to my stomach feeling if I scuff a gun.

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The only problem I ever had with Browning is that they are too darn pretty, I hate having that sick to my stomach feeling if I scuff a gun.
Lol ya but that scuff just add a story to the gun I had a browning Belgian made bar in 30-06 and it had a couple nicks and scuff but I thought it added personalty to it
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The only problem I ever had with Browning is that they are too darn pretty, I hate having that sick to my stomach feeling if I scuff a gun.
I hate that feeling it's like noooo
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Lol ya but that scuff just add a story to the gun I had a browning Belgian made bar in 30-06 and it had a couple nicks and scuff but I thought it added personalty to it
It does but just that feeling when you buy it bran new and it's like crap... Like old rifles wit markings are pretty cool
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How about a 30/30 and the 308 and 30_06 great round but do want be tailing that deer all day how about old 16 ga deerslyer I seen man take deer yotes and birds with one gun

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Dont forget the 270 win. It has similar ballistics to 7mm mag and u can actually find ammo for it nearly anywhere now. It also has recoil similar to 308. Much less recoil than 7mm or 06. I am big 300 lbs and I dont like shootin more than 10 rds 06 or 7mm. 30 yrs ago everybody was buying a 270

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