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rra varmint

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by niente, Mar 5, 2010.

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  1. niente

    niente Member

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    I had been looking at the stag m6 but the rra varmint has caught my eye, anyone have anything to say about it good or bad? Thanks
     
  2. rust collector

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    Mine is very accurate, and I have had lots of fun in dog towns and at the range. It weighs 10 lbs plus, so I don't schlep it too far across country.

    I am building a lightweight counterpart for when I go on walkabout. Not every gun has to shoot dime size groups.
     
  3. APDDSN0864

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    I have the 20" RRA Varmint Special. It is the most accurate of the three .223's I own.
    It has the 1:8 twist and has shot everything from 45gr to 62gr great. I haven't tried anything heavier yet.
    Take a look at the Predator Pursuit if you want a lighter rifle. Same quality, thinner match barrel.
    I have not shot a Stag so I guess I'm prejudiced:D.

    Ed
     
  4. Tim the student

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    I have one - I love it. It is very, very precise.
     
  5. blitzen

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    I have the Predetor Pursuit rifle and like it a lot. It has a great trigger and I've pulled off a couple 3/8 inch 5 shot groups with it. 1 in 8 20 inch bbl. With a scope it's sorta heavy but it's what I wanted. I'll buy another RRA soon.
     
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