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Tikka T3 in 223

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by vikz, Nov 26, 2008.

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  1. vikz

    vikz Member

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    Hi guys here is my Tikka T3 that i decided to get, I got it for 375 ,I traded one of my 22lr pistol so i just added 75bucks..I just wanted a bolt action rifle to shoot 200yds to 450yds just for fun..

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    yah thats one of my dogs admiring my rifle....
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  2. sbarkowski

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    Nice! T3 Lite? Hows the synthetic stock on that thing? I hear there pretty good in comparison to other synthetics/
     
  3. MIL-DOT

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    (quote)"yah thats one of my dogs admiring my rifle...."

    Uh, looks more like he's admiring your THROAT !!!:D
    And may I be the first to welcome the honorable Governor Palin to THR. ;)

    P.S. and back on topic, nice rifle. I have one in .308 stainless that I STILL haven't shot !!
    But I do love looking at it !!
     
  4. vikz

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    hello guys i was able to zero my rifle today and here is my last 5shots..do you guys remember how to correctly measure or determine if my rifle is capable of shooting Sub-MOA??



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  5. medmo

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    Looks like a good group but you need to show a picture that compares dimensions like a quarter or a measurement tape. It looks like at least three of them are sub MOA. Generally a three round group is good for measurement. I picked up a T3 in 30-06 last year when I stumbled across one at a gun show for a screaming deal while looking for a 30-06 for my son. That one is sub MOA with the Express Core Lokt 165gr Remington load. It has taken one elk, one deer and is definitely a keeper. It looks like your rifle is also.
     
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