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    Here is T/C’s entry into the beginners’ market. The Impact gets the same barrel as premium T/C muzzleloaders
    Price: $249
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    The V2 has a Spanish-made Bergara barrel that really enhances accuracy, with all four members of the test team shooting consistent groupings of less than 2 inches.
    Price: $460-$548
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    All four members of the test team were crazy about the Vortek Ultra Light
    Price: $440-$500
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    The coyotes should be honored to have such a nice little rifle devoted to them
    Price: $599
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    A tiny version of the T/C Encore Pro Hunter (30 inches overall, 3 pounds), this is a dedicated single-shot kids’ rifle
    Price: $234
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    This rifle is not especially pretty (Savage doesn’t do pretty), but it’s the most accurate factory rifle in a big-game caliber that I’ve ever shot
    Price: $934
  • 100% of 1 vote
    The Model 48 Trophy is a modified Custom Sporter that costs much less.
    Price: $1745-$1896
  • 100% of 11 votes
    It is an inexpensive gun, and there is not an original idea in it, but oh boy is it a good gun. If the Marlin designers are not original thinkers, they are definitely sound thinkers.
    Price: $341
  • 100% of 3 votes
    Forget the eye-popping accuracy and strange-looking spiral-flute barrels. What gets the Mark VII on this list is the fact that it represents the way rifles will be made in the future.
    Price: $675-$1000
  • 83% of 6 votes
    Over a quarter century ago, commercial .50-caliber rifles redefined long-range shooting.
    Price: $4495
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