Originally Posted by revvystroke
I figure once I find myself a good combo I like I will pay however much it costs. Reasoning is I don't want to be stuck with mid range when I decide I really enjoy shooting from afar and sell the old setup at a loss and move up. From the responses I got in the old thread I started I am looking for a good .338LM combo, I guess I need to start stocking up on dinty moore cans.
Not sure if it's still here or not but there was a .338LM in a Remington Police Special in the classifieds section.
If I remember right the guy was asking around 1,300.00.
You can find some great deals on the "super magnums" frequently with very low round counts because a lot of people want one so bad their teeth ache and then they get it and shoot it a little and can't tolerate the recoil or the price of shooting it, or just decide they need something more practical.
Just do what I do. When I decide there's a new gun/scope whatever I need I start squirreling away my money and once I have it I just start looking in the classifieds, gun broker etc and try to find one well worth the money and under market price.