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What's most accurate: Remington 700,Savage model 110,Winchester model 70?

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  • What's most accurate: Remington 700,Savage model 110,Winchester model 70?

    What's most accurate: Remington 700,Savage model 110,Winchester model 70?

  • #2
    From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.

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    • #3
      either the savage or the remington 700

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      • #4
        For inexpensive rifles (around $500-600), the Savage wins in this group. When you pay more than $1,000 for your Rem 700, those models can be expected to shoot as well. I shoot a Rem 700 Sendero and it is a tack driver. I use it for 500 yard hunting and it has no trouble holding a 2 inch group at that range.

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        • #5
          rem 700 adl

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          • #6
            Remington 700! I have the regular SPS model and it's still very accurate!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post
              From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.
              I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post
                From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.
                I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post
                  From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.
                  I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post
                    From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.
                    I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post
                      From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.
                      I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Sarge01 View Post
                        From the rifles that I have had the nod goes to the Savage.
                        I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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                        • #13
                          I own both. I also have two pickups, Ford & Chevy. The Remington always shoots the same groups. tight. The Winchester shoots better when I take it out of the Chevy. Weird. Almost eerie.

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