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Unread 02-20-2012, 11:06 PM
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tikka t3

Was thinking about picking up a t3 in either 25-06, 308, 7mm-08,243 . I already have one in 270 wsm and love it. I was wondering what kinda accuracy do you guys get out too 500yards give or take . Would like a nice deer gun with light recoil. I see B&C has a new stock out for them anyone have one s.s info is it worth the money?
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    Re: tikka t3

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    Was thinking about picking up a t3 in either 25-06, 308, 7mm-08,243 . I already have one in 270 wsm and love it. I was wondering what kinda accuracy do you guys get out too 500yards give or take . Would like a nice deer gun with light recoil. I see B&C has a new stock out for them anyone have one s.s info is it worth the money?
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    Re: tikka t3

    I too have on in .270wsm, the laminate stainless. Awesome gun! I want to get another one for pack hunting, light weight rig. Just wish they would import some in a 6.5 configuration, that would be ideal. I know people have them in the swede but i cant find one :(
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    Unread 02-20-2012, 11:52 PM
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    Re: tikka t3

    Yeah I hear ya.I just got my Cooper Phoenix in 6.5x284 . Not a light weight rig but think im going to love it. I want a 25-06 in t3 I think next just can't stop second guessing my self I love the 308 also
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    Re: tikka t3

    out of the calibers available I think id pick the 708. wide selection of bullets available, better ballistics than the ol' .308
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    Re: tikka t3

    I have a T3 stainless varmint in 708. I run two loads and both give an average of .4 moa. At 500 meters it still shoots half minute groups with only basic reloading efforts. I am definitely a Tikka fan, but don't really like those plastic stocks.
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    Re: tikka t3

    We just had a review done on the bc for the T3.

    As of today I have 40 in stock. Check out the review on our site.
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