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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-14-2010, 07:40 AM
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I currently own a savage 64f and while it is a whole lot more accurate then i am and gets the job done it lacks power since it is a .22. So i'm thinking about moving up in caliber to something more along the lines of a .308 or 30-06 but i don't have an extra 1000 laying around. does anyone know of an extremely cheap rifle? 100-500 dollars preferably. I know it's not going to be an awesome rifle but i just want a cheap bolt action that i use to get really familiar with bolts in general and learn how to shoot a higher caliber rifle.
I just a couple days ago bought a Mosseberg model 100ATR in 30.06 for my sons first rifle. It is a pretty rifle that shoots really nicely. cost about $300
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A while back I bought a Rem 710 bolt action 3006 with a Bushnell scope for around $400
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A while back I bought a Rem 710 bolt action 3006 with a Bushnell scope for around $400
I have the Remington 770 in a 7MM Mag whats the difference in those 2 models 700 to 770
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maybe check out a stevens 220,marlin x7,and i dont know if you have any dicks sporting goods stores but they have the thomphson venture on sale which is probably the best quality of the 3.
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I'd say look at a Stevens 200 or a Marlin XS7/XL7. Of course you could always buy a Mosin Nagant for about $80, its a good way to familiarize yourself with a bolt action, high powered rifle...you might even learn something about history along the way!

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if you got the $300, than ill second the mossburge 100 ATR. if your realy looking got get out of it cheep. than i would go with the mossin Nagant. hard to beat that rifle for $80-$100.
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I'm gonna have to agree with Wisconsin and recommend the Stevens 200 as well. I have one myself and I love it. Nice and accurate. Inexpensive as well.
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mosin nagants run $80-$100
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mosin nagants run $80-$100
The common 91/30's do anyway...I paid $200 for my 1944 M38 over the summer. Finnish M39's are $300+
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