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Hunting Rifles - Rem. 700 Sendero vs. 5R vs. SPS SS

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Unread 11-12-2011, 12:18 PM
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Re: Hunting Rifles - Rem. 700 Sendero vs. 5R vs. SPS SS

the 5R or Sendero would be my pick of the choices.for me I own the 5R and love it.even the weight of the rifel is just what I want to use for a hunting rifel.for me I do not walk around all day for that one buck .I find his home and hunt that spot.

and like one said finding a load for it was fun to do and easey.heck with all the info here on the net you should be able to do the same.bullet choice is all so the reason why a 300wm is alot of fun.from 165-230gn bullets to choose from.the 300wm just shines in many ways.
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Unread 11-13-2011, 01:46 PM
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Re: Hunting Rifles - Rem. 700 Sendero vs. 5R vs. SPS SS

The Senduro's are awsome rifles for the price, I think that they're too heavy for any hard core back packing. If your going to be doing alot of back packing then go lighter but otherwise a senduro is the way to go. I would go for a 300 win, a 300 Ultra or find a .338 Ultra used.
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