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Left Handed Long Range Setup

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Unread 04-23-2014, 07:43 PM
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Re: Left Handed Long Range Setup

I have heard that about the tikka's with Berger bullets, but thanks for the heads up!
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    Unread 04-23-2014, 10:08 PM
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    Re: Left Handed Long Range Setup

    Tikka T3 Lite Stainless LH 7mm Rem. Mag JRTB470 : Bolt Action Rifles at

    Remington 700 BDL LH 7MM REM MAG AS NEW : Bolt Action Rifles at

    Tikka JRTB470 T3 Lite Stainless LH Bolt 7mm R : Bolt Action Rifles at

    Ruger M77 MKII 7mm Rem Mag SS\Lam LH : Bolt Action Rifles at

    Remington 700 LH CDL 7mm Rem Mag : Bolt Action Rifles at

    Remington 700 LSS LH 7MM mag : Bolt Action Rifles at

    Here are a couple of choices for you to look at. I bought my first Rem LH 700 back in 1979 in 7mm mag and it was a great gun. I like more gun though, so it is long gone. Killed lots of deer with the 7mm and some wild hogs and a few bears. I liked the 160 gr partition back then.
    Remington model 700 300 RUM LH 26" rem ss/blued receiver lam stock 215 Berger @3070/180 NAB @3300
    Remington model 700 338 RUM LH 26" Bartlein 5C #4 Muscle Brake, blueprinted action, sako extractor, jewell trigger, bell and carlson Alaskan stock
    Savage LH 22-250
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    Unread 05-03-2014, 02:57 AM
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    Re: Left Handed Long Range Setup

    Left here too

    Life's too short to shoot factory tubes! I've had a few that really shoot but never owned one that cleaned well. And I've had factory tubes that couldn't shoot moa. I'd say 70/30. Never had a barrel from krieger Bartlien brux that didn't shoot moa and cleaned well too.

    So my advice is the 700. I've bought doner rifles for 300-400. Barrel around 325. True and screw seems to be all over the map. Do some research here. Good smiths on here. So for around 1k you can have a rifle that shoots better than you can. Down the line you can upgrade trigger. Stock. Save a bit on the front end. Factory sticks seem to be 500-1000 anyway
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