Browning X-Bolt Stainless Hunter Kimber 84m Classic Stainless Winchester 70 Featherweight Remington Model Seven I am going to be using 7mm-08.I know it is a tough call, but which would you choose and why? They are all in my price range, so that isn’t a consideration.
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Hello i am looking for your opinion on these two rifles.
I don't have a real nice rifle so thought i would treat myself for chrismas with one. Thanks for your help i just dont know any thing about these 2 rifles in the 1500 price range, all the rifles i have are cheap ones.
But I might as well have been trying to feed .338 shells through it. View Sport tonight since that is where I bought the rifle, told them I was having a feeding problem, and asked what I needed to do to send it in.
All I had to do was tell them i was having a feeding problem and they described the exact problems I was having without me having to say a thing.
Hunting, shooting and target practise are some of the most popular pastimes in the USA, but make that you learn all about the rules and regulations regarding firearms and their safe use.
Fluted versus full smooth cylinder is a design whereby some of the material (metal) of the cylinder is cut out of the surface to reduce the weight.
They made the comment that Kimber was having so many problems they just need to stop selling the things.
Some are having feeding problems, others are having extraction problems, barrels overheating after only a few shots. Its too expensive of a rifle not to be a smooth feeder and tack driver.
I'd suggest getting a Browning, Sako, or Tikka rifle if you want to keep the WSM. Except it won't jam on you like the band wagon magnum. I have a brand new 7600 pump rifle that's a jamomatic piece of crap and shoots groups that are four times the size of my old 30-30 model 94.