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Unread 02-08-2014, 11:06 PM
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Re: 300wby Berger load info

If you have not replaced the factory trigger with a high quality adjustable trigger vet, you might consider it.
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    Unread 02-08-2014, 11:31 PM
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    Re: 300wby Berger load info

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    If you have not replaced the factory trigger with a high quality adjustable trigger vet, you might consider it.
    The factory m70 trigger is amazing. I've shot a lot of rifles and it's a crisp 2lb with no travel. Of all the possible upgrades that's one thing I'm leaving alone. A new HS precision stock with a full bedding block, glass bedded recoil lug and a viper pst are the upgrades I'm considering once I get a load worked up and prove it'll shoot tight.
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    Re: 300wby Berger load info

    Sounds like you have it all figured out.
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    Unread 02-09-2014, 11:27 AM
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    Re: 300wby Berger load info

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    Sounds like you have it all figured out.
    Not even close! . Just limited on budget so I need to use what I have but I bow hunt 95% of the time so I want to try and get this thing dialed for the occasional rifle hunt. I'm hoping the factory action and barrel are capable of shooting sub MOA SO I DONT HAVE to go the expensive route. Thanks for all the input guys. I really appreciate it.
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