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Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

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Unread 02-12-2012, 10:45 AM
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Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

Hi guys,

I am stillt trying to decide on a rifle for myself. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with a FN A3G or the Kimber Advanced Tactical.

Does any one have any accuracy reports for these?

Please let me know what are the pros & cons of these two. If anyone has shot both of them, which one would you choose?

Thanks!
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    Re: Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

    Any one?
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    Re: Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

    FN hands down dont even consider the Kimber. I have the FN great rifle
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    Re: Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

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    FN hands down dont even consider the Kimber. I have the FN great rifle
    Thanks for the input. Can you tell me how your rifle is set up? And what results you are getting at 100-1000 yds?

    Thanks!
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    Re: Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

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    Thanks for the input. Can you tell me how your rifle is set up? And what results you are getting at 100-1000 yds?

    Thanks!
    Sure

    I got the FN PBR barreled action from CDNN when FN moved there plant
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    I have not finnished my handload but as its stands now its under 2" at 200M.
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    Re: Any experience with a FN A3G or Kimber 8400 AT?

    My vote is for the FN. Not that the Kimber's are bad, it's just that FN builds a fabulous rifle and the A3G is a lot of rifle for the price.
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