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Old 01-21-2013, 02:55 AM   #21
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Midway already has the ad up for the 17 win super mag ammo. It says coming soon, but the price is 15.99 for 50 rounds. Not too bad of a price for the added performance. Ill stick with my 17hmr until some true range reports come out on the new stuff. From what I hear, they're still trying to figure out a rimfire chamber configuration that will handle the pressure of the cartridge

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Ya I saw that, as low as 13.99 for the hollow points, I am going to wait and see what the real world ballistics actually are when some rifles get out, and I will wait until someone builds a rifle I actually want, it isn't something I really need just something I would like so I'm willing to wait and see.

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Midway already has the ad up for the 17 win super mag ammo. It says coming soon, but the price is 15.99 for 50 rounds. Not too bad of a price for the added performance. Ill stick with my 17hmr until some true range reports come out on the new stuff. From what I hear, they're still trying to figure out a rimfire chamber configuration that will handle the pressure of the cartridge
Savage 93 is the gun coming out in it first. 15.99 is still a good price for a magnum rimfire little loan a SUPER magnum
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Definitely a good price, still want to see how the range reports go once they're available to the public.

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They use the same accutrigger design as savage, and yes it is adjustable. I left mine alone after shooting it a bit. The trigger pull from the factory is perfect as it sits
The marlin does NOT HAVE AN ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER. Its called a t 900 & all marlins rimfires use it. Non adjustable.
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Maybe ill wait and see what this new 17 is putting down before i buy the hmr.

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Maybe ill wait and see what this new 17 is putting down before i buy the hmr.
I would sounds like a kickin new round.
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The marlin does NOT HAVE AN ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER. Its called a t 900 & all marlins rimfires use it. Non adjustable.
Uh Mike the brand new ones have the Pro fire triggers like the X7's
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Uh Mike the brand new ones have the Pro fire triggers like the X7's
No way, this cant be, holy gobs of goose poop, hey jack wagon were talking bout the 917 sucka not the bran new xt series. God
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Uh Mike the brand new ones have the Pro fire triggers like the X7's
Uhhh marlinmonkey go back an read it again, he said its a model 917 an the 917 does not have the adjustable trigger all 917 models had the t 900 trigger. The NEW ONES U SPEAK OF ARE THE XT SERIES. get on board here buddy, your lacking in the marlin dept, im not finding this good for your mental state.
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