deer hunt with the 308? heck yea.
did ya bore sight it first?My experience with Rossi guns has been terrible. A friend bought one in 223 for his grandson, and after $50 in ammo and 3 trips to the range, we never did get it sighted in. Now, I am not 100% sure whether it was the scope or the gun, but either way, I wouldn't advise anyone to go that route.
For a cheap rifle, I would go with a NEF. I have owned a couple of them for my sons, and they have been more than adequate as far as accuracy.
In my experience, bore sighting is waste of time, and yes, this gun had been bore sighted and wouldn't hit paper.did ya bore sight it first?
I don't know how anyone could even think about taking a scoped rifle out to shoot it without at least boresighting it.In my experience, bore sighting is waste of time, and yes, this gun had been bore sighted and wouldn't hit paper.
I would really like to hear about your experiences with the new Remingtons. I have a couple that are "older" models, although I wouldn't even think about trading one of them in for a newer one. Am curious to hear how the pump action of the 7600 handles in the field when it comes to rapid reload (as compared to the auto-loading 750's).I've got a Remington 7600 that's chambered for .308, but I've never shot it yet. I got it in trade for a Remington 700 in .30-06 that I didn't use any more after I got my 7600 that's a .30-06. I'm going to have to make a point of trying it out some day.