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    I have one in 243 WIN. Slapped a Nikon Prostaff on top, bought gun and scope separately new... I have over $400 in mine...


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    Around here 22 Cfs and Ohio Deer legal cals start at $300. I'm not a fan of them and those prices seem high to me but they are selling them. A couple weeks ago I missed one I would have bought at a outdoor trade days event. One in a 22 cf caliber with scope went for $150. I walked past it at least twice and never looked at the tag. At same event there were several at $300 range with no scope. I have nothing against them. I just feel when you get in $300 range you have a lot of other choices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drm50 View Post
    Around here 22 Cfs and Ohio Deer legal cals start at $300. I'm not a fan of them and those prices seem high to me but they are selling them. A couple weeks ago I missed one I would have bought at a outdoor trade days event. One in a 22 cf caliber with scope went for $150. I walked past it at least twice and never looked at the tag. At same event there were several at $300 range with no scope. I have nothing against them. I just feel when you get in $300 range you have a lot of other choices.
    This is why the budget bolt rifles faded them out .for the price you could get a Stevens 200 or axis


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    The old budget bolt actions like Rem 788, 600, 660 and Sav 340 series are now desirable because they were nicer rifles than the low end stuff they are selling now. They can't be made and sold at a profit today. That's the only reason for a company to drop a good selling product.
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