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Its a Savage 10FP in .308 with Harris Bi-Pod, B-Square weaver mounts, Bushnell 3200 Elite 10x, Weaver quadlock rings, Butler Creek Scope Caps and a leather sling. It took some saving and birthday cash to get this rifle. I've had it since October.

Savage 10FP $500.00
Bushnell Scope $185.00
Rings $15.00
Scope Base $30.00
Harris Bi-Pod $70.00
Sling $10.00
Scope Caps $16.00
Total..................Priceless ($826)[/img]
 

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And odds are the rifle is still capable of somewhere close to .5 MOA accuracy!

Great lookin' gun amgio,

Scatch Maroo
 

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On a good day I can get a .5 to .7 MOA depending if I prepared for it like not drinking any caffinated drinks or ate any sugar before hand (which I had to do in order to win a bet with friend to see who was the better shot...I won). Recently on wet and windy day, my groupings weren't so impressive, but thats the Palouse for you, either way its still better than my friend's 7mm Savage 110.
 

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Very nice. Those are some good solid (honest) groups for that rifle. I very nice entry level tactical rifle, thanks for sharing.

MEL
 
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