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rra varmint

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by niente, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. niente

    niente Active Member

    I had been looking at the stag m6 but the rra varmint has caught my eye, anyone have anything to say about it good or bad? Thanks
  2. rust collector

    rust collector Well-Known Member

    Mine is very accurate, and I have had lots of fun in dog towns and at the range. It weighs 10 lbs plus, so I don't schlep it too far across country.

    I am building a lightweight counterpart for when I go on walkabout. Not every gun has to shoot dime size groups.
  3. APDDSN0864

    APDDSN0864 Member

    I have the 20" RRA Varmint Special. It is the most accurate of the three .223's I own.
    It has the 1:8 twist and has shot everything from 45gr to 62gr great. I haven't tried anything heavier yet.
    Take a look at the Predator Pursuit if you want a lighter rifle. Same quality, thinner match barrel.
    I have not shot a Stag so I guess I'm prejudiced:D.

  4. Tim the student

    Tim the student Well-Known Member

    I have one - I love it. It is very, very precise.
  5. blitzen

    blitzen Well-Known Member

    I have the Predetor Pursuit rifle and like it a lot. It has a great trigger and I've pulled off a couple 3/8 inch 5 shot groups with it. 1 in 8 20 inch bbl. With a scope it's sorta heavy but it's what I wanted. I'll buy another RRA soon.

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