Your most accurate centerfire rifle.....

Discussion in 'Large-Bore/Small-Bore Rifle/Shotgun' started by B27, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    ;) Great looking gun still ! The wood made me think Browning at first glance. What do you have it scoped with?
  2. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    The three of mine that I shoot with the most and would have to say, three of the most accurate that I like to shoot and coyote hunt with (as far as sub moa) are the Savage 12 in .223 Rem., Remington 788 in .243 Rem. and the Savage 11 in .204 Ruger.

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  3. fourniermod11

    fourniermod11 New Member

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    This mas 36/57 in 7.5x54fr im load whit 200 grains and is my most accurate and better of my bar .300win mag and no any accurate lost whit this type of bayonet...If enfield can 36 can and maybe better....No any safety on this rifle lol

    under is mas 36 modify by bad yankee in 308 win :) grrrrrrrr


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  4. carver

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    .308 Remington, 1/2 MOA, if I do my part.

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  5. ka64

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    Just a Bushnel 3X9. It was my Grandfathers, so I'm leaving it the way it was in his memory. The interest thing though is the serial # is only 1036, I just haven't found the time to research it further.
  6. Rogeritall

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    If I had to testify in court, I would have to say this is my most accurate center fire rifle right now, but only because I haven't had the time to work with my wife's Savage yet. I'm sure it will be far more accurate then the Rossi soon. :)

    This is a Rossi single shot in .223, with Simmons 4x12x50 scope on it. Back story... It now shoots about one inch groups at 100 yrds. Not great, but considering when I first bought it I was lucky to group on a paper plate at 100 yrds its came a long way. It was junk brand new, but I couldn't in clear soul trade it off knowing that it shot so poorly (I won't pass junk along). So I had my local gunsmith/guru re-crown the barrel (factory crown was trash), and do some tweeks... So, I figure I'll trade it soon, because it's probably about as good as it will ever get with factory ammo now, and I'm just still looking for better.

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  7. JLA

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    Ill post pics of my .308 pretty soom. im doing some pretty cool mods to it.
  8. Ledslnger

    Ledslnger New Member

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    Either a Ruger M77 in .220 Swift or a TC Icon Precision in Ruger .204. Both are barn burners.
  9. vonotterskull

    vonotterskull New Member

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    WOW, lots of nice looking rifles there. I got a lucky score 15 years or so ago and bought a 1942 K98 Mauser 8mm off a buddy for 100$. Great rifling, like new barrel. No scope, nothing fancy, no mods to it and it shoots tight. Not too bad for a 70 year old rifle.
  10. al45lc

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    Reminton 700 'Varminter' H.B. in 6mm Rem., aftermarket laminate stock with aluminum bedding area and firelapped factory barrel and a trigger job. Best group has been .41" for 5 shots.
    I'm sure it will do better, but for me.
  11. crockett007

    crockett007 New Member

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    Remington 700 SPS Tactical .308
    AICS stock
    Hawke sidewinder 4X14X44 optic
    Burris XTR rings
    EGW rail

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    My Puma .357 Lever Action Carbine
  13. ka64

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    Now that's SIIIIIIIICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek:
  14. soundguy

    soundguy Well-Known Member

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    iron sights or scope?

    iron sights.. a tossup between a carl gustav and a 303 enfield. ( with an honorable mention to a ruskie sks i have that hit 'near center' of a 10" triangle at 150yds, shooting leaning against a rail.

    scope?

    toss up between my rem 700 30-06 and another in 222rem.

    latter being much more pleasent to the shoulder to shoot.

    both make bulls at 100yds easy..
  15. Grizz

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    Iron sights, my mosin nagant 91/30 hands down out to 300 yards.
  16. zant

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    My favorite(because IT makes me look good),a custom Mauser 98 action with bull barrel 6.5x.06,1.25lb trigger,side safety,with a 56mm Nightforce scope(won for $10 at a gunshow)extremely accurate with 120gr under 500yds,over that,she likes Berger 130s.

    second would be a $365 Savage 110FP in .308,$75 trigger job and floating barrel,with handload 175-180gr Sierra HPBTs,she shoots 1.5 at 200yds all day long.
  17. Bushmaster1313

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    Kimber 84M in .257 Roberts at 100 yards with a Leupold 2-7 scope:

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    Here it is with its older cousin (a .257 Model 70):
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    Here is a 100 yard group with the Model 70 and its iron sights:

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    But my 88 in .243 is starting to grow on me:

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  18. masterofdisaster

    masterofdisaster New Member

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    Savage 10 fcpk .308 1 inch shot groups at 200 yards benched
  19. jaydub

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    Remington 40xbbr in .222 w/20" bbl
  20. ammohoarder

    ammohoarder New Member

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    Love my .338, its amazing the tight groups I get with the Double Tap 300 grain bullet at 400 yards.
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