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how much does a Cooper rifle cost?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by SpeedAKL, Apr 2, 2008.

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  1. SpeedAKL

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    I was looking on their website. These are some of the most beautiful factory rifles I have seen. How much do they cost on average....or is it a case of "if you must ask, then you can't afford one"?
     
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    Varies greatly depending on the series / grade. The "cheap" options start at a little over $1000. They go from there to around $5000 on the top end.
     
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    Real world prices are around $1300 - $1600 for the Varminter or Montana varminter. Those are the models that Cooper's built their reputation on. They are unbelievable rifles with a reputation for accuracy that's well deserved. If you buy one that doesn't shoot 1/2" you can send it back to them and they'll make sure it does. From my experience you can expect most of your bullet holes to be touching @100yds. My latest 204 Ruger Varminter produced 3 5shot groups in the .2"s on it's second trip to the range and I'm still on load development. It makes me wonder what could be gained by building a custom bench gun.
     
  5. M16

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    Don't buy a Cooper. If you miss you can't blame the rifle.
     
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