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Unread 09-27-2008, 09:08 AM
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Re: Seeking advice on rifles

once you have* shot a remington sendero or a rem 700* one with a krieger barrel you would look less and shoot more. adjust the trigger and put a leup scope on it. the only other choice is a tikka t-3. both have good triggers. roninflag
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    Re: Seeking advice on rifles

    i'm new to this site also but i have a lot of guns and i own remington, kimber,browning and tikka brands i shoot all of them they all have perks. kimber is very light wieght and shot good but is more money you said you dont like remingtons so i wont go there. browning is a good gun for the money but i think the tikka is going to be the best gun for your money as for caliber i dont know what to tell you. well if you have any other questions just ask
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