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I got an itch... 30-06

So, WTB Bolt action classic hunting rifle in 30-06. Wood stock preferred, Winchester mod 70, Savage 111 or something along those lines. scope bases preferred.

budget up to $500
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So , are we going squirrel hunting ?

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So , are we going squirrel hunting ?
any time, it will be instant squirrel soup with 30-06 hit
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sorry to hijack, but man I had fun shooting my old man's 700 while I was home for thanksgiving. Just something nice about having a good scope and seeing a nice tight grouping.

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So, WTB Bolt action classic hunting rifle in 30-06. Wood stock preferred, Winchester mod 70, Savage 111 or something along those lines. scope bases preferred.

budget up to $500
Article II had a bunch of used hunting rifles. But I think they jacked the prices. It can't hurt to look.

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I really like Savage these days and miss my 30-06. It's a great do everything round. The Accutrigger system rocks. If you want wood, 11/111 bth for the cool factor.


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Take a good look at CZ....
CZ is definetly on the short list - my son's rifle is CZ452 scout - what a great little rifle! the quality and accuracy are outstanding.

just figured GZ550 is a bit out of my price range
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the itch is scratched

Thompson Centerfire Venture 30-06, 200 rnds of Remington Core-lokt ammo, Nikon prostuff 4-12-40, Harris tall bipod for $625

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So , are we going Palestinian hunting ?
Huh?

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the itch is scratched

Thompson Centerfire Venture 30-06, 200 rnds of Remington Core-lokt ammo, Nikon prostuff 4-12-40, Harris tall bipod for $625

Nice i bet that thing will take out Hamas mofos from 500 meters real well!

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been there, done that, have no desire to get that close to them ever again
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Huh?
Good thing some mods still have a sense of humor .
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remington 700 could be a good choice.

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remington 700 could be a good choice.
boring, everyone has one.
I was really looking for Winchester mod 70, but stumbled upon this deal and reviews are great - rifle is guaranteed from the factory to be 1MOA, most say it is closer to .5 MOA with good ammo in good hands, lifetime warranty and really nice action and trigger - adjustable 3-5 lbs, acton is like butter. Finish is average with luck-luster furniture, their more upscale model - icon is the same action and barrel, but better looking
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boring, everyone has one.
I was really looking for Winchester mod 70, but stumbled upon this deal and reviews are great - rifle is guaranteed from the factory to be 1MOA, most say it is closer to .5 MOA with good ammo in good hands, lifetime warranty and really nice action and trigger - adjustable 3-5 lbs, acton is like butter. Finish is average with luck-luster furniture, their more upscale model - icon is the same action and barrel, but better looking
Nuttin better than a Israeli behind the scope of a high powered sniper rifle with extensive training and 1000s of yrs of resentments of being oppressed by arab mofos and the thought of retribution of being able to make up for all of the ancestors that didnt make it outta WW2 - highly deadly efficient combo right there! looks good man!

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yep, thats what we, Jews do - one shot 2 kills!
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I really like Savage these days and miss my 30-06. It's a great do everything round. The Accutrigger system rocks. If you want wood, 11/111 bth for the cool factor.

I have this same rifle in .22. It's great, the trigger feels good and haven't had a single misfire in the 500 or so rounds since I bought it.

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yep, thats what we, Jews do - one shot 2 kills!
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