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Remington or Browning

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by lrhuntr, Feb 18, 2006.

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  1. lrhuntr

    lrhuntr Member

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    I'm looking to get a new 22-250 for yotes and fox was wondering to get either the Remington 700 LV SF or Browning A- Bolt Varmint Stalker.

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  2. Michael Courtney

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    The Rem 700 makes for a mighty fine varmint rifle with a host of nice aftermarket accessories such as the Arnold Jewell trigger. The Rem 700 is a better bet to shoot really well out of the box, and if it doesn't you've got a better chance of finding a smith with experience tweaking the Rem700 for accuracy.


    Michael Courtney
     
  3. Schleprok62

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    hmmm... both are nice rifles, the Browning has a longer barrel and the Rem will put a bigger dent in your wallet. Me, I looked at a Browning yesterday and pretty much fell in love with it. I'd lean toward the Browning... :cool:
     
  4. glazer1972

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    My vote goes to the Remington.
     
  5. travis301

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    Remington
    1-Easily adj. trigger
    2-Probably better out of box accuracy
    3-Easier to sell if needed.Much bigger market share out there for Rems.
    4-Made in USA versus Japan.I would rather have my money stay here.If I support American industry,there is a better chance an American will buy my product/service
     
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