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SPS Tactical .308

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by Rodeo Trash, Jun 12, 2009.

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  1. Rodeo Trash

    Rodeo Trash Member

    Jun 12, 2009
    I am looking at purchasing the SPS Tactical in the .308 cal. I live in Utah. I want to use it for hunting and for target shooting. I want to learn how to shoot at longer ranges. Average range here is anywhere from 200 up to 400 hundred yards. I feel comfortable with those ranges. I have researched the sps and want to know if it is possible if not already done to have it glass bedded and to add an extra bipod stud a little further back to solve the problem of the forend touching when using a bipod.
  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

    Sep 17, 2007
    Eastern KS
    You might have better luck in the "Rifles" forum.
    This is "Firearms Research" - IE: History of old or obscure weapons.

    However, I wouldn't fix it if it isn't broke.

    Remington isn't in the business of selling tactical rifles that need repair before they will shoot off of a bi-pod.

    I'd suggest you get the rifle, scope, bi-pod, and some Black Hills or Federal Match grade ammo and see what it does.

    Most reports I have seen indicate sub-MOA accuracy right out of the box, on a bi-pod.

    At any rate, if it turns out the rifle is defective from the factory, you don't want to void your warranty by glass bedding it & drilling extra stock holes before you find that out.

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