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Howdy water_au!
I own and shoot four Interarms Mark X's. Two are magnums and the others are a .30-06 and a
.338-06. Granted these are older models but pretty much the same rifle.
Though one of my best friends owns and shoots a few of the Zastavas. It appears that the only noticeable difference between the Interarms and the newer Zastavas are the stocks. The Zastava stocks are not as finished. Truly a working mans rifle. But a rifle that can be made into something near a work of art, used as is or as with most types of "98" Mauser's can be altered (different trigger, different stock, different sights, rebarreled etc...) to the nines!
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yeah i asked the sales guy he said if you want it to be accurate dont bother but i like the diamond in the rouch types or undiscovered gems etc :) im keeping them in mind!
What that sales guy said is near comical. Of all the Mark X's and Zastava M70's that I have shot or friends have shot, dozens, they have all but one been near
MOA or better.
And how accurate is accurate? My best friend and hunting/shooting mentor has a 6.5X55 chambered Zastava M70. He worked the stock including glass bedding it, polished the race ways and lightened the trigger. Using his hand loads he will produce 100 yard clover leafs all day long. Doesn't do to bad at 200 and 300 yards either.
Absolutely diamonds in the rough.
 
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