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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-02-2009, 12:00 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Remington s/s 700 VS Sako A7

hi I am looking to buy a 270 win in one of these models can any one help in which one of these are better likewise of accuracy, durability and all round best gun.
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I have always considered myself a "Remington" guy. Over the years, I have owned many of them, and I currently own two of them and they are great hunting rifles. I also own a Sako product, a Tikka T3 (see my reply to your other post - T3 VS Browning), and have to give the accuracy edge to the Tikka. I don't believe the Remington accuracy is guaranteed, but the Sakos are guaranteed to shoot 1 inch, 5 shot groups @ 100 yards.
Michael, all the rifles you are looking at are very fine guns. What you need to do it try shooting them if you know anyone who owns one. Also, list your priorities, (length, weight, etc.) and decide which meets them best. Also, don't discount how they feel when you heft them. Good luck!

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Can't go wrong either way. I think I have over 10 Remington rifles/shotguns and have bought/sold many more over the years. I always thought Remington rifles accuracy was better than most and perfect for hunting quality needs, especially for $ spent.
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