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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by niente, Feb 27, 2010.

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  1. niente

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    Just wondering there's a lot of talk but what would be the most accurate $1000 rifle if the same mount scope and ammo where used. This should be an interesting debate
     
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    Actually, I suspect you will simply get a considerable amount of opinion with little scientific substance to affirm or refute anyone's position. In light of that, my vote goes to the Red Rider, with a custom-made Ken Ferrill G-Force picatinny 100 MOA base, Ken Ferrill 30 mm rings, and a Nightforce 12-42X56 benchrest scope. I assure you, there will be no other rifle like it on the bench. Well, let's enjoy the debate. :D

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    You sure about that "100" MOA base!! :)
     
  4. HOLY DIVER

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    $1000 rifle most accurate hmmmmm.......yea red rider has my vote!
     
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    Other than the well respected tack driving Red Rider (just too much recoil for my taste)...the Savage 12 series with a new stock (B&C, HSP, et al) would get my vote. Great shooting rifle...good value...[strike]kinda[/strike] really ugly. Ugly gets the job done. :D
     
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    yea the savage 12 is a good choice also, this thread may be the thread to end all threads! i can think of allot of very good accurate bolt guns that cost under $1000.....witch is the best? i have no idea!
     
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