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Old July 21, 2010, 09:54 PM   #12
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Savage 110/Steven's 200 Yes. 

But start with a .22Lr and get the mechanics of aiming down using cheap ammo.
Start with a bolt action; those are cheaper. Also (and this is personal opinion)--semi-autos can make you lazy. And bad habits set in fast if you are first learning and practicing bad form. If you have to hand cycle a bolt to take a second shot, you tend to pay more attention the second time around.

If your hunting will include animals something larger than a bread box, you can choose a larger caliber later.
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