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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by norseman, Dec 16, 2013.
Bump with price drop
oh my god. I need my tax return. I would buy this in a heart beat. ugh.
Me too! Nice rifle. All those in favor or norseman holding onto this until we get our tax returns, say aye.
I would like to get your rifle but have a couple of questions but am unsure with this forum how to talk with you privately?
Rugerfan, hover your pointer over Norsemans name, click on it and several icons will pop up. Private message will be one of them. Get it! you wont be disappointed! I own two PTRs with the 18 inch heavy barrels and they are both sub MOA with the right ammo :thumbup:
Bump with price drop, now $1240
What kind of ammo were you using and grain that gave you sub moa? I own a ptr and love it very much!
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I never stated that I got sub moa. Someone else stated they did with theirs. With the iron sights, during break in, the best I did was about 1.5-1.75 inches at 100 yards with good quality 308 ammo, I shot some surplus ammo, and the groupings of course were not as good. I haven't shot this enough to figure out what grain would be best with this rifle, and I only shot enough rounds to complete the break in as per the instructions. This is actually a really nice rifle, and if it doesn't sell I might just keep it and put a bipod and scope on it. If you have a good bullet type, grain, and load that works well let me know.
Tomoizle, I was the one that got sub MOA with both mine. Hornady Superformance 168 grain and the accuracy was almost identical with Federal 168 grain Silvertip ammo. I think its called silvertip, i changed to Hornady because it was about 50 percent cheaper and just as accurate.
Bump, Price drop to $1200