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remmy SPS tactical in .308 or .223?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by 97guns, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. 97guns

    97guns Well-Known Member

    im looking at one of these mostly for 100 yard bench shooting at paper. i already have a .308 winchester 70 but i just want a tactical tack driver in this rig. i was all set to go with the .308 untill i looked at the .308 prices just now on the toilet and it made me think that maybee i should go with the .223, i dont reload. any reccomendations/suggestions?
  2. USSR

    USSR Well-Known Member


    You say you want "a tactical tack driver", but you don't reload. While I can't fault your choice of rifle for that purpose, I think that I should tell you that to get the most accuracy that your rifle is capable of, you will need to reload and do a bit of load development work. Personally, when I think of a tactical rifle, I think of a rifle able to deliver accurate and lethal fire out to 1,000 yards. For all intent and purposes, this eliminates the .223 from consideration. Hope this helps.

  3. lefteyedom

    lefteyedom Well-Known Member

    Reloading is not really difficult. Heck you can buy everything you need at Wal-mart......
    Beside what else are you going to do after the sun goes down ? sleep?

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