I am looking into another rifle, I have at present x2 RPA,s (purchased 7-8years ago at the £1800 price) and x2 Sako's a 85 and a 75 as CF hunting rifles.
I have looked at a Blaser in the shop and the only other times I have come across them is with some one on a DSC course holding us up because he was too busy changing barrels etc and couldn't zero. Another time was on shoot were again held the group up messing about because he had forgot which scope adjustment needed for which barrel, then took a hour to zero and it put me right off I thought what a lot of messing to shoot a deer.
I am still with a open mind on the whole concept but consistency worries me in something that comes apart and tolerances in machining etc etc. Are the reliable??? I take me two sako's for instance both with Z6i's I pick the 308 up this evening and guarantee it shoots 1" high at 100m. The same applies to my 22-250 if I picked it up to go foxing.
Can you put hand on heart switch barrels/adjust scope and do what you have to do with them, step out the door and with 100% confidence shoot a deer at 200m.
I am generally interested in one but what I have seen does not fill me with the confidence or going down that route.
I don't want to start a debate and I am not targeting Blaser users (I know your sensitive) , just after peoples experiences so I can use these to make a decision.
Thanks in advance