Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by fredball, Apr 21, 2016.
Well that was a nice review, like him I would prefer the 6.5 Creedmoor version, for the same reason a modern cartridge developed for Long Range. I do like .308 and have three, but my Model 70 in 7MM Mag is the only truly long range gun I own. I just am not into LR Shooting, I am too old and crippled to use one properly.
I love Ruger for making this rifle available, just not for me.
to bad all this new fangled technology was not around when I was much inclined to buy it like you getting old
The first RPR were delivered here in yUK last week - with almost 75% of them in 6.5CR.
We pay around $2000 here - no deals. Thinking about it, I've never heard of ANY dealer doing a gun deal of any kind of a firearm.
I'd like one, but only if it could be fitted with a nice after-market wooden stock.
such things already exist
I would really love a chance to shoot one on my range, in 6.5 of course as it is I have yet to see one, let alone touch one
I want one in 6.5 as well. What id REALLY like is if they made one in 300 win mag.
the 300 is for a long action, all three current chambering's are for short action. It does seem like a natural choice though, as does 338 Lapua
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