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Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

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Unread 04-06-2009, 08:38 PM
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Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

All costs combined

Gun
rings
base
scope
ammunition
gunsmith work
gun or caliber specific reloading supplies
stocks
bipods

anything that is just used for said gun. Just thought i should post this up and see what the low end and high end are for shooting nicely. Sub-MOA means .99999999" or better at 100 yards. Retail or store prices please. "I got a deal"s and hand-me-downs don't apply. Post up your combo and how it shoots.
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    Unread 04-06-2009, 09:25 PM
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    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.
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    Unread 04-07-2009, 02:31 PM
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    Re: Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

    savage mako model 93 17hmr, with warne rings stock base and a nikko stearling scope won in a poker game - total is less than $400


    remington 40xc 223 with leupold base and rings and a brunton target scope - total build $1400

    remington was used and a good deal, retail is $2800
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    Re: Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

    Savage model 12 fv in .223 best bang for the buck out there, $550 should get you one about anywhere.
    Burris signature rings, $40
    Leupold bases, $40
    Simmons Whitetail Classic 6.5-20x50, $100
    Just load up 55grain Hornady balistic tips and 25 grains of Varget and you can count on sub moa accuracy.
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    Re: Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

    Howa Varmiter supreme 480
    Luepold bases rings 50
    BSA scope $109

    Shoots .5 moa
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    Re: Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

    I was hoping to see some rimfires in the cheap side.
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    Re: Your cheapest and most expensive 100 yd sub-moa gun

    Remington 788 .243 $225. Bushnell Sportview 3-9 scope $25. Hornady 87 gr BTHP $12. Winchester 748 $15. Sub half inch groups at 100 yds PRICELESS! Of course, I just traded it for a lefty 788, hope it shoots as good.

    Remington 700 LSS $550. Pillar bedding & lapping $150. Shilen match grade stainless fluted #5 taper barrel in 30-06AI $380. Leupold Vari-x II 4-12 $325. Leupold rings & bases $40. Sub MOA groups. The coolest looking rifle I have ever seen, also PRICELESS!
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