Vanguard Sub MOA Varmit
I have been looking at getting a 308 & using it to gain more & more trigger time as I am doing now with my 223, I am trying to prolong my Sendero's I guess, but I think another high volume gun but bigger than the 223 would be helpful. Anyway, I have been looking at getting a Sav. 10FP with the McMillan & may still. But in looking at options I
noticed the Vanguard Sub MOA Varmit in 308. It has a well shaped stock (by picture anyway) & the price is roughly $200.00 less than the Savage. That is well & good if it will work & no good if it won't. I want the gun to shoot
1/2MOA or so for a ways with 175MK or 178V-Max if possible.
I like the barrel change feature of the Sav, but I can do another later if this gun would work.
1. Is the rifle capable of this kind of accuracy with minor tuning such as skim bedding?
2. Will the trigger adjust enough & be crisp?
3. Are the basic features like the bull barrel quality, recoil lug & other basics acceptable.
4. This barrel is 22". Will this be long enough to work at 1,000yds. with the above mentioned bullets in warm but safe loads?
Gentlemen, what do you think?
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