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Old April 17, 2013, 12:28 PM   #14
SVTCobra306
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I have a Savage 10 Trophy Hunter XP in 22-250, if you aren't looking to spend a huge amount of money and have a decent shooter and hunting combo, I'd recommend one. It does have a wood stock and accutrigger, and came with a Nikon Prostaff 3-9X40 so at least the glass on it isn't a throwaway. The twist on the barrel is 1:12. It is a matte finish, not blued. It is nice that it doesn't leave fingerprints or get dirty as easily as blued for hunting, but a blued rifle does look better. I paid $575 for mine, I'm pretty sure if I hunted around I could have found a little bit better of a deal, but I was happy with it given the Nikon instead of a Bushnell.
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