Just wanted to add a note that while some firearms are not up to other's 'standards', if you like it, you checked it out, and you paid for it, its the right gun for you.
I say this as I often hear how my Kimber is not as good as a Les Baer or Ed Brown. Honestly, its MY Kimber and I like it, so you must take the same approach with your choice.
I'd be interested on your opinion of the rifle you chose when you get a chance to give it some use.
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