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Question by kolbster. Uploaded on February 15, 2009
Sako or Kimber or better yet one custom built just for me.
Savage rifles, Remington Shotguns
Remington and Ruger actions. Savage barrels. Weatherby also makes good guns. ishawooa, I don't think many people can afford those guns, but they are nice.
I've owned most of those but my favorites are Kimber and Ruger No. 1.
Remington are good guns but Mossbergs are just as good and cheaper. But I do want that 105 cti
TC, Gotta love a single shot.
Mixed bag, but mostly Remingtons and a couple Mossbergs.
browing and a marlin i want a savage .17 tho
out of the ones you mentioned I currently own more Remintons and Rugers than anything else. (I assume you're talking bolt guns) Dollar for dollar the new Savages are the best but I already had several 700s before Savage got its act together. I recently bought two Ruger 308s they were after season sales so I picked them up. First Rugers I've owned in 15 years.
personally i preffer thompson center ... they have the most variety in calibers and last a lifetime if takin care of ... not to mention the accuracy is tremendous ... good luck with whatever company you buy and talk to dealers about there opinions
I like Savage rifles and Remington shotguns, but all are great gun manufacturers.
Ruger and Thompson/Center get my nod. Savage is great as well. However, Remington shotguns rule the roost in my book...the 870 is perhaps the greatest tool the hunter has ever known!
Rezavoirdog: I manage most of my custom rifles a piece at a time. Maybe buy an action, then a barrel, then the stock of my choosing, etc. If I don't save up to pay for making one all at once, my local (and highly qualified gunbuilders) accept partial payment up front with the rest due when the rifle is finished. This does not necessarily lower the price but at least you don't have to cough up a lot of cash at one time. Sort of like making payments. Additionally if I have a problem the builder is nearby to assist with sorting out the difficulty. Fortunately this has never happened but I feel certain that they can handle whatever might come up. Consequently you won't see Rifles, Inc., Echols, Jarrett, Hill Country or any other famous maker's work in my safe. Nothing against any of men and their high quality product, it's just that my philosophy tends to be more toward local high quality craftsmen. Weatherbys, I'm thinking of buying one for my kid's high school graduation present from me. It will keep him from continuing to wear out my rifles and add one more gun to enjoy. Now let's see what caliber should I go with?
Savage rifles rule for the price and accuracy. Remington pump rifles for nostalgia and surprising good shooting, and 870's for durability.
I am abosultely with jim execept I also love my savage pump. How can so much fun be packed into one rifle?
i shoot remington rifles and shotguns. hard to beat.
Savage and Ruger centerfire rifles, CZ rimfires, Remington and CZ Shotguns.
Remington or Savage
Savage is a good accurate gun you can drad through the brush. Accutrigger is a very good technology for quality shots. Mossberg are also accurate. Both just as accurate and good guns, and economical.
All of the above. Who just eats vanilla and chocolate?
Wanting a Sako or a Tikka. The Finns are serious hunters and machinists. Looking more like a Tikka these days...
Savage and Ruger!!!
All, and a few others.
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