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Discussion in 'Rifles Wanted' started by Rugerbub, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. Rugerbub

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    I am looking to buy a 223, 22-250 or a 204? Let me know what u got
     
  2. tomcat

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    i got a AR15 20" flat top
     
  3. Rugerbub

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    I an looking for a bolt action. But thanks for the offer.
     
  4. The Duck

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    I just ran across a Rem 700 .223 on Outdoors trader. Don't know if it is still available, but it looked pretty sharp and clean?

    I hope it helps :thumbup:
     
  5. Rugerbub

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    Thanks man!!!
     
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    pm sent
     
  8. terrylf72

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    Its going to cost me a little more then just buying one, but I have desided to build my own. Building it will give me the knowlage of how it goes together. Instead of going with the 3 calibers you listed I desided to go with the 6.5 grendal. More stopping power then the 5.56/223 and better BC (ballistic coefficient) then a 7.62/308. You might look into it.

    http://www.alexanderarms.com/grendel.htm
     
  9. mrpopgun

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    I've got a Savage BVSS .204 Varmint/Match rifle. Laminated stock, fluted stainless barrel, flat beavertail forend for bags, Accutrigger. Less than 150 rounds through it. Includes some Hornady factory rounds, ~80 pieces brass, ~50 Berger 35 grain bullets and some handloads if you want them. Redding dies are also available. Shoots VERY well.

    I'm looking for $550 for the rifle. Pics here (scope not included): http://picasaweb.google.com/kjarrard/Ruger204?feat=directlink
     
  10. wade11a

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    I sent you a PM.
     

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