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Heads Up .270 Lovers !!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Shawnee, Dec 2, 2008.

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  1. Shawnee

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    You seem to be promoting it a lot.....:neener:
     
  3. R.W.Dale

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    it boggles my mind that people will invest in a high quality $800 rifle and yet then proceed to spend $25 on the crappiest optics money can buy.
     
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    Browning rifle + Leupold mounts + Tasco scope = :barf:

    that's my opinion so its gotta be right for everyone :scrutiny:
     
  5. snipe300

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    I've got a .300WM in the long action version of that rifle, and I love it.
     
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    That's the glossiest - satin finish I've ever seen.
     
  7. Shawnee

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    "yet then proceed to spend $25 on the crappiest optics money can buy."

    Personally - I think people, dealers in particular, will slap some junker scope they have lying around on a rifle just to "gild the lily" in order to sucker somebody into buying the rifle or paying more than what the outfit is worth. In this case the tip-off may be the Leupold mounts paired with a Tasco scope.

    I recall a Ruger #1 .375 H&H for sale last summer that had a BSA on it and I couldn't count the number of 30/06s and 7mags. I've seen with Bushnell "Scopechiefs" I've seen. LOL :D


    :cool:
     
  8. poco loco

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    Isn't that Browning a Howa build?

    kinda like my "Smith and Wesson" 30-06 or the Weatherby Vanguard?

    Sure looks like my Smith.......
     
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    made in japan. Nice rifle for $500.00. Is Browning overrated/priced?
     
  10. TCB in TN

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    If only it were in 30-06 :evil:! But seriously that is a nice rifle. Years back I had one in 30-06 that was a sweet shooting thing, and certainly was easy on the eyes. Nice, nice guns!
     
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