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  • How accurate are the Weatherby Vanguard S2s.

    How accurate are the Weatherby Vanguard S2s.

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    I am shooting one in 300 win mag. I put a Nikon Coyote 4-14x40 on it. It is in now way a sniper/competition tack driving scope. It does not have a normal cross hair but a small open circle in the middle. However I was able to get 3 shots in less than a 3 inch group at 250 yards laying prone in 10 mph wind. I am sure with no wind and the target not moving that will improve. at sight in ranges of 50 to 100 i was able to get all four rounds touching shooting off of a bench. Now I am just moving back to get a bit farther shots but due to weather I have not been able to get out.

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    • #3
      VERY Accurate

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        VERY Accurate

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        • #5
          Very accurate. I have one in 257 and a buddy has one in 300 wby, both shoot .5" groups at 100 yds and keep it up all the way out.

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          • #6
            The two I have shoot sub-moa. They are a fine rifle and probably the best value out there. If there is a fault with them, and some may disagree, is they are a tad on the heavy side. Some guys find that a benefit. I prefer rifles that are 7lbs or less.

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            • #7
              Its Good if you don't mind toten a 24" Barrel 7.50# long action gun in the woods.

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