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Old 03-01-2013, 04:02 AM   #1
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I'm looking for a 17 and don't know what I want but I know it has to be a bolt action
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Old 03-01-2013, 04:24 AM   #2
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Get a Marlin 917 with the heavy barrel. I got mine for 199.00 from Wally world and its a one jagged hole shooter
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I bought a rossi single shot 17HMR a few years back for less than $100. The iron sights arent the best and I need to scope it but it shoots good and has a real good ejector which helps on the reload. I would shoot it more if I had a scope on it but I dont. Its been about a year and a half since Ive even pulled it out of the safe.
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i'm looking for one too, i've heard the marlin mentioned above and the savage 93 series is the best bang for the buck. the savage can be found for $200-$240 give or take. i'm gonna try and find one on sale eventually.
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My savage .17 HMR is a great shooter out to about 125yds with a 3x9x32 scope.
It will put 5 rds in side a bottle cap at 100yds.
Don't use it to shoot squirrels any closer that about 25yds because you won't have any meat to take home.
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The Marlin 917V is a good rifle. $200.00 for a HB is very good. I have a Bushnell Trophy 4-16x42mmAO on mine. Great for small targets at distance.
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as promised a picture of my savage 17 wearing a bsa sweet 17 scope in 3x12x40 scope
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I got a savage 93R for $300 it has a thumbhole stock which I love and the accutrigger is great
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i have an older Savage M93r17 that is a pre-Accutrigger model. 21" heavy barrel, restocked with a Boyd's laminated stock, trigger sear from Rifle Basix and topped with a BSA Sweet 17 6-18x40 scope. on a non-windy day, it's very scary accurate.
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My savage .17 HMR is a great shooter out to about 125yds with a 3x9x32 scope.
It will put 5 rds in side a bottle cap at 100yds.
Don't use it to shoot squirrels any closer that about 25yds because you won't have any meat to take home.
My nephew also has the Savage - excellent weapon with stellar out of the box accuracy. Highly recommended.
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