Originally Posted by Coyboy
And I have rebarreled plenty of savage rifles that were far from shot out due to a lack of accuracy or consistancy, call BS all you want I'm just showing the OP there are some other options than a $1200 factory rifle.
see this link for some more info;
Northland Shooters Supply « Daily Bulletin
Target action only w/trigger $485.00 (Northland)
criterion barrel (northland), threaded and chambered 30" bull, $320
Non adj bench stock w/widden v-block. $425 (needs clear finish)
or a factory stock straight from savage. $300
I'm not posting this to "get buisness" I'm posting this because it is what I would do if I was a first timer and didn't want to flip a coin on a factory barrel.
I didn’t realise that was you. i saw that sight a while back but i assumed that a custom rifle
would be way out of my price range of about $1200.
I know what you mean about getting business. Like me I have just started a business. I have started to make a spotting scope system that you are able to see your bullet holes at 1 mile. I know I may never be able to shoot 1 mile but I need a rifle that can shoot at least 1000 yards. I would like to improve my skills and use my system when I go out.
my biggest problem after my rifle is where to shoot. I’m in Illinois and there isn’t any ranges near me. I have a friend that I can shoot at his place I think he has about 750 yards.
I have been asked to build a gun on a turret rig for him so he can coyote hunt from his living room using a computer. naaa I don’t think that is a wise idea.