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tikka t3 hunter good price

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by plunge, Dec 6, 2012.

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  1. plunge

    plunge Member

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    I found a Tikka T3 hunter in .308 with blued barrel and wood stock and I can get it for $525. He says it is brand new in box, but I haven't seen it yet or what comes with it. Does that sound like a decent deal? I haven't found a lot online for sale but it seems like they are going for closer to 700 new. thanks
     
  2. hardluk1

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    If thats a new rifle its a deal. If used?? New prices do seem to be closer to 650 to 680
     
  3. goalie

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    I got a T3 Lite Stainless with a case, sling, Nikon Buckmaster scope for 500. I thought it was a great deal

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  4. hoghunting

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    If new, I would pay $525 in a heart beat, especially when buying from an individual and not having to pay sales tax.
     
  5. adelbridge

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    If you buy it from a neighbor or buddy it might be unfired but Tikka probably wont consider it new for warranty purposes if they wanted to play hardball. $525 no tax and no transfer fees seems reasonable for a wood stock. Awesome gun for the money.
     
  6. squarepants33889

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    If you don't by it, give me the guys phone number! I haven't met anyone yet who has regretted buying a T3. And I have seen many students of the big three convert after cycling the action on a Tikka. I payed 675 for mine.
     
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    Ive never seen a wood stocked Tikka. I thought they were fairly rare. Id buy that.
     
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    But it! Tikka makes a superb rifle, the only way it could be any better would be if it was US made.
     
  9. hentown

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    Saying that a Tikka would be better, if it were made in the U.S. is like saying a Porsche would be better, if made by union monkeys in Detroit! :what:
     
  10. VAPOPO

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    I agree. My 7mm08 is the wood stocked variety and it is my favorite hunting rifle.
     
  11. plunge

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    thanks, I am in a-stan right now so i will be having a buddy check it out for me and pick it up for me if it is as he says. i've wanted a tikka for a while, and just stumbled across this deal
     
  12. hoghunting

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    Stay safe and hope you're home soon. Thanks for your service.
     
  13. B!ngoFuelUSN

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    Huh? Whut? This is hardly a PC forum, but you don't have a clue dude.
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