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School me on bolt action handguns

 
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Old 06-03-2013, 08:19 PM
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Re: School me on bolt action handguns

Thanks for all the input guys, I really appreciate it, I think its fairly to myself and others that I need to do quite a bit more research before I make a purchase, so I will continue to do research and I'm sure I'll be back with more questions.

Again I really appreciate the time and effort you guys have put in to offer advice it is very helpful for a topic that I am a complete novice in
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Old 06-03-2013, 11:10 PM
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Re: School me on bolt action handguns

If you would like to talk about the striker feel free to pm me and I will give you my phone number. I don't claim to know it all about them, but I can sure tell you what my experance with it.
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Old 07-17-2013, 03:01 AM
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Re: School me on bolt action handguns

A little late to the thread but I as far as xp100r's go. I found one for $700 with the 12x burris in .260 rem. It was well used but still rang steel at 300 with great consistency. I am a personal fan of the internal mag, but I use it for varmints so it's nice to just crank the bolt and pull the trigger repeatedly.
The bad, in the condition it was in, I decided to have it freshened up quite a bit so the total investment goes WELL above the 1k mark you mentioned earlier. As far as your caliber choice. I think the -250 is very marginal where cats linger. JMO though.
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Old 08-19-2013, 05:51 PM
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Re: School me on bolt action handguns

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By the way you are not going to be able to make 300 and 400 yards shots with any pistol unless you practice, practice, practice, practice. Did I mention you will also need to practice.
If you can make shots with a rifle at 300 to 400 yards what's so difficult with a pistol? Shooting offhand isn't a requirement. Using a pistol with a scope and bipod can be as accurate as a rifle. For moderate to long range, wind deflection uncertainty is most likely to to be the limiting factor on accuracy with a rifle or pistol. It's certainly a good idea to practice with a pistol or a rifle especially to learn how to dope wind.

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