Re: Best of the West Cooper Rifle
As mentioned in a prior post, I own one. My wife surprised with the BOW a while back as a gift for my 60th birthday. She doesn't know zip about rifles, but saw the TV show with me one night. Surprisingly, the cost of the BOW considering what you get in addition to the rifle itself, it is one of the best values out there. You sure won't have $2000 to spare comparing other top name customs when you add all the extras; 100 rounds of ammo, load recipe,custom case, wind gage, scope, mounts, turrets, etc., and time value of money. Keep in mind that when you get the rifle, go to the range the first time and take the FIRST three shots at one hundred yards you will see one hole, centered on target. Go to 1000 yards, using the turret for the conditions, and you can hit a rock the size of a softball, no BS. Right out of the box. And it stays that way. The components are of course personal preference, but you won find quality of workmanship and fit that is better. It looks as good as it shoots. I have always been a do it yourself type, developing loads, and have put some decent shooters together, but this could very likely be the best rifle I'll ever own before I go off to the happy hunting grounds.
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