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I want a well priced rifle in the $450 and under range. I am just going to use it for Whitetails and cayotes. What should I buy?

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  • shane
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    Beekeeper - YES! You are a full on genius. Like me ha ha.

    Well...except that I hear that Marlin has had trouble with that great caliber. Shame. Oh well. Everything else they put out shoots excellently.

    "Remington addicts" - HAHAHAHA.

    Hey why is the sky blue? Remington 700.

    Where can I buy cheap books? Remington 870.

    What load should I use for deer? Remington.


    JEEZUM. Drones.

    Hey that's funny because drones are bees.

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  • Beekeeper
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    Sorry Remington addicts he said under $450. The 700 in its many formats is the most over priced rifle on the market.

    Look at the Marlin HL7 in 25/06. You won't be sorry!
    check out this month's Rifle Magazine for the review.

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  • rserwe44
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    Remington .270, bolt action.

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  • Big O
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    To the "Remington" people - Asked for UNDER 450.00 not OVER (lol).
    Savage has some NICE package deals(rifle/scope combo's) that will fit the bill here.
    Lots of choice's too !

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  • pigkillersrus
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    remington 700 .30-06 synthetic stock, 3x9 scope. i shoot hornady 165 grain

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  • shane
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    $450 and under Remington 700? Good luck...

    Savage, Marlin, and Tikka will outshoot them and cost you less.

    Marlin XS7 .243 or 7mm-08 for under $400. In camo even. Would be great for those yotes and their evil eyes. .25-06 would be a perfect caliber in the XL7, but Marlin has said they had problems with getting MOA or Sub-MOA accuracy (like the rest of their bolt guns do) with that caliber. The .270's shoot very well, though.

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  • steve182
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    Buy a Savage 110/111 or the Marlin XL7 in .25/06, .270, 7mm/08, .308, or .30-06

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  • IanS
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    My wifes cousin just bought one of those savage combo deals. It is well priced and it is a straight shooting gun. If you want to shoot coyotes with it and the biggest game you are going after is deer I'd get a 243 or a 25-06. Personnally I'd get the 243 just because it seems like ammo is available in more places.

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  • huntnow
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    hornady lever evolution is doing some great things with the trusty old 30-30. you could by a great used marlin 336 for that price. i would be interested to know if you have found many new rifles that are that affordable. good luck.

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  • LesserSon
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    Marlin XL7 is getting good press in F&S.
    Not to disagree with above, but to add 25-06, 260Rem, 7mm-08, 27oWin, 280Rem, .308Win.
    I have a .243Win and a 30-06Spr, so I would use the .243 for coyotes and the 30-06 for elk, if I hunted for them. I would use either for deer.

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  • Walt Smith
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    I would look for a Remington 740, 7400 760 7600 in 30-06. You can use larger bullets 150-165-180 grain for deer and drop down to 125 grain bullets for coyotes. If you look a little bit you can usually find these guns for around 300 to 350 bucks. They are light, fast handeling and very accurate. You just cannot beat the 30-06's versatility. Unless you buy two guns.

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  • jestr1
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    Reminington model 700. I would go for a 243 or a 270. Good gun, good price!

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  • slickheadkiller2
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    there is a good variety of guns you could but, depends if you want to but them new or used. personally i would choose a remington 243 or a 22 250.

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  • cody r
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    270 remmington

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