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    Default Most accurate hunting rifle

    In your opinion what is the most accurate hunting rifle made today. Im not talking custom guns. I mean a rifle that you could see at your local gunstore. Caliber will make a difference but for arguements sake lets say they are all in 30.06.

    Remington
    Sako
    Tikka
    Savage
    Weatherby
    Mossberg
    Ruger


    And let the arguements begin
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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    Also the Steyer SSG is off limits because i know very few gunstores who have them hanging up on the wall. Sorry Steyer fans.
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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by elitefirearms View Post
    In your opinion what is the most accurate hunting rifle made today. Im not talking custom guns. I mean a rifle that you could see at your local gunstore. Caliber will make a difference but for arguements sake lets say they are all in 30.06.

    Remington
    Sako
    Tikka
    Savage
    Weatherby
    Mossberg
    Ruger


    And let the arguements begin
    Hah, caught you. It's a trick question. You left out "none of the above". The answer is Browning.
    You are a straight white man. You don't get to be the victim, sweetie.

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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    CZ

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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    Remmy Model 700

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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    I would opt for the Remington 700 in 30-06, also.

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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    I would have to say its a toss up between CZ and Tikka.
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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    Weatherby Vangaurd SubMOA cheap and they do what they say they do. I have one in 270. Second choice 700 Remington.

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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    1965 WINCHESTER 70/.270
    (Rem 700 'ant bad either)



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    Default Re: Most accurate hunting rifle

    With a little free floating ....the Remmy 700 and the Savage. Stock fitting/cheap stocks seems to be the largest variable these days holding back some guns.

    The Remmy has more aftermarket parts than most anyone else and more gunsmiths will be familiar with working on them later if you want improvements. Both can be had with 3lb triggers from the box and the turn of a scew.

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