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Sendero II, is it an improvement ???

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Sendero II, is it an improvement ???

Sendero II, is it an improvement over the original model. If so in what way. I was never a big fan, but starting to have a change of mind especially after reading this forum. Price not considered, which one would you choose.
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    Re: Sendero II, is it an improvement ???

    Id buy the one you have! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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    Re: Sendero II, is it an improvement ???

    I have 3 of the originals, I love them !! IMHO best factory rifle you can buy for accuracy. Great stocks, good barrels, easy to tune a little and have a Sweetheart of a rifle [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

    Don't have a II, yet, but might have to !!
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    Sendero man,
    I had one in my hand...YUC! its light big narley varmit grip ....I would keep the ones you have!
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    Thinking about it. Trying not to be my own best customer.
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    Bearless your Lucky! I came within a $100 of owning your 270AM and the offer I gave is what you paid! but Tim was holding tight to it then....But for the new Sendero, I like the old alot better than the new.
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    Re: Sendero II, is it an improvement ???

    I bought a used 270 win original sendero used this winter. It is imaculate probably less than a box put through it. It was CM barrel and the chain sporting goods store had $479 on it. I like the stock more than the new one. That fat grip just dosen't feel right. After 10 round out of the 270 I had 3 shot groups that measured 1.10, .650, .235 @ 100 yards. With 3 different loads, yea it's a good one.
    If the original owner knew it shot so well I'm sure he would have kept her.
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