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    If you had to start again...

    Ok, I know we all have cabinets brimming with rifles, many fine firearms owned and sold and years of experience from which to draw from.
    Q. If you had to start over knowing what you know now and rifles you have shot, what rifles would you buy first??
    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmck View Post
    Ok, I know we all have cabinets brimming with rifles, many fine firearms owned and sold and years of experience from which to draw from.
    Q. If you had to start over knowing what you know now and rifles you have shot, what rifles would you buy first??
    Matt

    Almost definitely a tikka t3 or Sako 75in 25-06 knowing what i know now!

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    Matt
    I don't care what you buy just make sure it comes with a mod
    Regards pete

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    I would get a Blaser R8 in .308........job done. 100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by roedinator View Post
    matt
    i don't care what you buy just make sure it comes with a mod :-d
    regards pete
    what you say!!!
    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by leec6.5 View Post
    Almost definitely a tikka t3 or Sako 75in 25-06 knowing what i know now!
    I've got a tikka t3 in 25-06 so I suppose that's me sorted then!

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    A good 22RF , I have an old Brno . A 30/06 with decent glass , covered . A reliable pump 12 gauge with screw in chokes , again covered . It sounds pretty vanilla , but they will do anything I need to do .


    AB

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    the ones I have? just think about what you are doing/needing/need and is in budget, there aint one for all...
    Every man is a damn fool for at least five minutes every day; wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit.
    Elbert Hubbard

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    I would buy a Sako or Tikka stainless synthetic in good old .270. Stick a decent 8x Schmitt or Swavroski on it, a mod and a Harris bipod.
    forget about all the money spent on faddish calibre's, heavy barrels , boss systems .................

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    Wouldn't be without my .17HMR. It get's more rounds through it than anything else i have by far.

    6-6.5*47 Lapua - 70 grain vmax with Starlight Archer for foxes and 90 grain AB for smaller species of deer.

    The big calibre (big for me) is still up for grabs. I think it's going to be the 280AI, but not sure yet.

    Also playing with a 16" .308 for woodland stalking. That might well come good soon as well.
    So much to learn and so little time left

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