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new 30.06

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by gunwolfe, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. gunwolfe

    gunwolfe Member

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    howdy folks. newbe to this forum on the lot
    I am in the market for a 30.06.
    bolt action, made in the usa
    with a wood stock.
    what is the best buy. thx
     
  2. ole farmerbuck

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    I just got a new Mossberg. Perty good shooter for not much cash.
     
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  4. wgaynor

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    I don't have much experience with them, but my Father In Law gave me Ruger m77 Hawkeye with a Redfield scope.

    Stainless steel and fluted barrel. Action is smooth. Accuracy at 100 yards with my reloads are 1/4 inch from sand bag. Haven't shot it farther than that, but as soon as I'm back on my feet again, will try it out at 400 yards.
     
  5. Kachok

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    Without a doubt I recommend the new Winchester 70, I love mine, smooth action, controlled round feed, good trigger, superb wood stock with the perfect checkering, factory bedded, and plenty accurate. Made in the USA.
    I like Savages too but the Winchester is better with factory ammo.
     
  6. Rem700CDLSF3006

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    I just got a new Rem 700 CDL-SF 3006 and love it
     
  7. Abel

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    M70 Featherweight or an M77 Hawkeye.
     
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