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Old December 14, 2012, 01:41 PM   #3
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Join Date: February 13, 2012
Location: Allen, TX
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Thanks for the input.

I always liked Wehle's thoughts on new things. He's an old horse/dog trainer. He would always pick up a new saddle on a rainy day. Once on the gravel road towards home he would find a good puddle, toss in the saddle, and jump on it. Now he didn't have to baby it or worry about scratching it up. The exercise made it a working tool.

My guns are working tools. I care for them, but I don't baby them. They get scratched and bumped, bluing gets worn off, and finishes fade. But I still prefer wood (and I'm not against saving money either).

Anyway, do the rifles with Kevlar stocks really have better accuracy and is the Varmint-Target model inherently more accurate (or is it just the stock design)?

Thanks again,

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