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Thread: Left Handed Shooters

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    Left Handed Shooters

    Which full bore rifle makers produce true left handed rifles i.e left handed bolt? I am currently looking for a 30-06 in true left hand.

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    Quite a few, how much do you want to spend ?

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    Sako produce the 85 in a LH model. Walnut stock only though, not synthetic or laminate.

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    I have a tikka t3 left hand and a rem 700 also left hand

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    True LH actions:

    Ruger - reasonable selection of models
    Sako - only the 85 Hunter as previously stated in current production - some other older models
    Tikka - most variants
    Savage - good selection of models
    Remington - most variants
    CZ - some variants, but C/F harder to come by
    Browning - variable (but one just sold on here for a song recently)
    Heym - rare

    and then there are the bespoke things

    Cooper
    Kimber

    etc.


    ....and then there's Blaser.
    Nooooooooooooobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!! Our main weapon is.........

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    Not what you're after, but I have a BNIB Savage Weather Warrior (stainless synthetic) in 300WM for sale - mothballed after a project rifle came up. Fantastic handling bit of kit IMO.
    Nooooooooooooobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!! Our main weapon is.........

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    I am also one of Gods chosen few I now shoot a marlin 444 under lever and a double 9.3mm with a left hand cast stock . I used to have a Browning Blr81 and a T3 in .308win .
    "a man does good business when he rids himself of a turd"

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    RPA do a Highland Stalker in .30-06 not sure about the cost though....

    Sauer do great LH rifles

    I have two LH Rem700 VS in .22-250 and .308 works well enough but nothing compered with those Sauers!!
    Last edited by Biathlonjimmy; 09-10-2015 at 14:05.

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    Browning has always made runs of left hand models in the A-Bolt II and X-Bolt.
    Look at their site, get the model numbers of what you like, so you know how to shop for exactly the model.
    Remington and Browning both post historical model numbers, so you can even identify discontinued, used rifles.

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    Cheers chaps - very helpful, as always.

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