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mossburg night train .308 advice

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Unread 01-03-2012, 06:14 PM
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Re: mossburg night train .308 advice

Personally before going with the ATR (Night train)

I would rather pick up a stevens 200 with cal. of your choice, and get decent glass for it. You can also pick up a decent bipod for around 60-100 bucks.

I have a stevens 200 that I picked up just for the action, but afer playing around with it. I didnt really need to do alot of adjustments to get it to shoot .3" @100

You can pick these up in canada for just over $300.

Canadian Tire has a bunch up here for $259.

Thats just my .02
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    Unread 01-06-2012, 02:15 PM
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    Re: mossburg night train .308 advice

    Check out the new Marlin... Marlin Model X7VH. I have handled and shot a few, and so far have been very impressed. The barrel is put on the same way a the Savages and Stevens also, not sure what the shank size/threads are though. Most local dealers are about $350. Then put some money into good glass.

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