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Cooper Firearms?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Darkside852003, Feb 17, 2006.

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  1. Darkside852003

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    coopers are probably the most bang for the buck in rifles today.
     
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    Fit, finish, and most especially the wood will be better than you expect. Accuracy will be excellent or they will make it so. One of those products you just feel good holding, and even better using.
     
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    Are there any Cooper dealers out there? Should I just order direct?
     
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    I haven't done business with them myself. But Whittaker's online has a good reputation on Coopers.

    http://whittakerguns.com/

    You also might check with the Cooper website to see if any local dealers you are familiar with are Cooper dealers. Though you likely would have to order and wait a few months.
     
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    Thanks esldude!!
     
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    A buddy of mine owns several of them, and swears by them for their accuracy. I've never shot one, but I have seen them, and they are beautiful.
     
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