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To follow up M.A.T's question about Model 70s, how accurate would you say the current Browning X-Bolts and A-Bolts are?

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  • To follow up M.A.T's question about Model 70s, how accurate would you say the current Browning X-Bolts and A-Bolts are?

    To follow up M.A.T's question about Model 70s, how accurate would you say the current Browning X-Bolts and A-Bolts are?

  • #2
    the browning A bolts will shoot sub MOA all day long, i have one in 30-06 syn stock, nikon pro staff 3-9x50 you can cover a 5 shot with a nickle

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    • #3
      the browning A bolts will shoot sub MOA all day long, i have one in 30-06 syn stock, nikon pro staff 3-9x50 you can cover a 5 shot with a nickle

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      • #4
        I've shot a friends a bolt at the range. Love it, very accurate, trying to choose between one or these or a remington 700 for myself in the near future

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        • #5
          D.Mc
          Accuracy is a "relative" thing!
          To assess a rifle's accuracy solely on it's brand name?
          ...and then to compare it to others?

          Yeah, sure. Your chances of getting a tack driver increases when you buy quality. That's just normal.
          A tack driver in one man's hands turns into an expensive tent stake in another's hands! LOL!
          I have seen a Browning A bolt that wouldn't shoot for beans right out of the factory.
          I also have a Marlin M60W that will almost "stack" bullets at 50 yards! It cost
          me $60!
          What vehicle is faster?
          Chevy or Ford? ...or Chrysler? How about Toyota? ...Honda?

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          • #6
            +1 for bubba, accuracy is defiantly "relative" take 2 brand new guns same make same model same ammo, and they will not shoot identical. accuracy is more than just the name brand ive had $800 rifles that did not shoot as accurate as a $400 rifle of the same brand.

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            • #7
              cant go wrong with either rifle

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