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New Rifle: Montana Rifles' American Vantage Series

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January 16, 2013

New Rifle: Montana Rifles' American Vantage Series

By The Editors

This is a big gun that comes with a relatively small price tag. The rifle is chambered for big calibers like the .375 H&H and the .416 Remington. It features a rugged claw extractor and a walnut stock. It weighs about 9 pounds without a scope, comes with a buckhorn sight, and a bead up front.

In total the gun only costs $1,200. The gun also comes in a synthetic stock and stainless steel model.

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from Happy Myles wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Who makes their barrels?

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Happy, I believe they make their own. I'll ask my brother. Mike and I worked with Brian Sipe at the aluminum plant years ago. Fine people. I sure wish them well in their endeavor. Seems they are doing great. I think I heard something about expansion of their plant in Kalispell when I was back there this past summer.

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Actually, the rifles are made by their sister company, Montana Rifleman, also in the same building in Kalispell.

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from O Garcia wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

$1200 sounds reasonable

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from Jim in Mo wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

I wonder if they chamber it in .416 Rigby for hot climates.
The price is reasonable.

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from sdakota wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Why would anyone build a very nice rifle and throw a totally worthless buckhorn sight on it. A buckhorn sight isn't worthe the efforst to melt it down for scrap.

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from 357 wrote 1 year 9 weeks ago

I fail to see what's wrong with a buckhorn site i've shot quiet a few animals with iron sights. rifle sounds awesome I'm going to need to look into it.

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from Happy Myles wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Who makes their barrels?

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Happy, I believe they make their own. I'll ask my brother. Mike and I worked with Brian Sipe at the aluminum plant years ago. Fine people. I sure wish them well in their endeavor. Seems they are doing great. I think I heard something about expansion of their plant in Kalispell when I was back there this past summer.

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Actually, the rifles are made by their sister company, Montana Rifleman, also in the same building in Kalispell.

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from O Garcia wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

$1200 sounds reasonable

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from Jim in Mo wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

I wonder if they chamber it in .416 Rigby for hot climates.
The price is reasonable.

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from 357 wrote 1 year 9 weeks ago

I fail to see what's wrong with a buckhorn site i've shot quiet a few animals with iron sights. rifle sounds awesome I'm going to need to look into it.

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from sdakota wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Why would anyone build a very nice rifle and throw a totally worthless buckhorn sight on it. A buckhorn sight isn't worthe the efforst to melt it down for scrap.

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