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Old March 8, 2013, 11:04 AM   #30
wachtelhund1
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I live in WI and see a lot of nice used Winchester model 100's in .308 win for sale in gun and pawn shops, under $500.00. Winchester quit producing them in the '80's because of production costs, leaving the semi-auto market to Remington. The Winchester 100 is a nice stremlined semi-auto and one of the few with a one piece stock. I personally own two Win 100's in .308, one rifle and one carbine. I use the carbine each year during our deer gun season. It is short, fast and light and shoots 1.5" groups, as does the rifle. Several years ago I posted here how to glass bed a Win 100. It is not straight forward like a bolt action. It has to be done in four steps, but really improves accuracy. Win 100's when cleaned and maintained function flawlessly.
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