Re: Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun
Sako Tikka T3 300wsm, Leupald bases, Burris Rings w/ inserts, Nikon Monarch scope, Harris bi-pod, Limbsaver recoil pad.
$690 out the door for the rifle, scope is well used but I paid @ 450 for in new about 8 years ago, bases and rings cost around $60, limbsaver $35, and the bipod again is 15 years old but @ $75. I had to do a fair amount of load development but it shoots a solid .75 MOA and most groups are in the .5 moa range with my current load of H 4350, and 180 nosler AB's. No smith work yet, and I spend about $40 on a set of redding dies. I am very satisfied with Tikka. Oh ya... $30 sling ;)
With that said, I don't have lots of rifles, I have a Savage 12 FV that isn't a sub MOA rifle, and I have a Rem 700 BDL 30-06 that was more expensive but shot .75 moa in it's day. Actually the remington was cheaper, but that was back in '94 so today's cost would make it more.
I used to re-load but now I "hand-load".
-- Well, at least I try