- Rifle Hunting
|CircuitRider ||10-22-2012 12:02 PM |
Two Clicks Left and Ready To Hunt
|Karl.Luhr ||10-22-2012 07:00 PM |
That rifle is shooting sweet....
Not that you aren't doing your part but you should be very happy with that group. I would guess that this rifle carries like a dream.
|Karl.Luhr ||10-24-2012 09:38 PM |
What does a Nosler M48 with these options cost????
I know that it is out of my pricerange but what is Nosler getting for a M48 setup like yours? The scope is the only part of your setup that I know I could afford. I am wondering if a Remington M700 stainless mountain rifle in 7mm-08 would shoot and handle in the same league as your Nosler. There are some of the Remingtons offered in Gunbroker with a Bell and Carlson synthedic stock priced around 900 dollars.
|Hunting Man ||10-25-2012 05:59 AM |
pretty good shooting! That rifle is a keeper for sure. The weatherby rifles I have in 270 wm shoot pretty tight groups right from the factory, as long as I do my part.
|Scorpion8 ||10-26-2012 10:06 AM |
Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice. That should be a great woods rifle. I just sighted in a new Remington Model 7 in 7mm-08 and got pretty good groups off a bag rest. Sweet!
|Hunting Man ||10-26-2012 12:12 PM |
In most cases the rifle shoots better than the average shooter can do with it. The big difference is the shooters that demand 1/2" groups and pay bigger bucks/efforts to get there. I'm a hunter first so sub 1" groups isn't a top priority for me, however, having a rifle that will do it would be big deal! When my TC omega wouldn't group at all, I sent it back, TC re-crowned the barrel and now it shoots like a dream.
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