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remington 308 luck?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by nastynatesfish, Mar 17, 2010.

  1. nastynatesfish

    nastynatesfish Well-Known Member

    im not sure of the model number but its the rifle with the triangle barrel. just wondering if its worth getting. thinking about a trade for my FAL para. burn through to many rounds to fast with it you know. the remmy is about 520.00 and i got my fal out of need money for 600. what do you think. id prefer a savage mod 12 but...
  2. Snakum

    Snakum Well-Known Member

    Among all the reviews and range reports I found when trying to choose a new tactical rifle the info was mixed. With match ammo some would shoot MOA out of the box, never found a report of them shooting under an inch, and some would manage much worse. It seems they are about like the basic SPS-V. You pays ya money ... you takes ya chances. With the 20" barreled VTR, the Savage 10PC (Precision Carbine) was generally considered more accurate and more consistent when hot. With the 24" barreled VTR the Savage 10FP models and the T/C Precision Hunters were more consistently accurate, cold bore and hot. And across all the reviews the stock is considered crap.

    YMMV. If you want one for the novelty, get it and just be prepared to change the stock and maybe have the action trued if it isn't a shooter.

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