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Looking for a Remington 700 SPS Tactical or Ruger American rifle or similar in .308 or .270win or 6.5 creedmoor. Let me know what you have!

 

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I have a remminton 700 in .223 with Magpul stock and detachable mag I'm willing to sell. Also have the original stock it came with. 

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I have a remminton 700 in .223 with Magpul stock and detachable mag I'm willing to sell. Also have the original stock it came with. 
Thank you but not interested in .223.

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Yeah I figured. Just thought I'd throw it out there lol. Good luck looking for what you want. 

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1 hour ago, Njlungbuster said:

Looking for a Remington 700 SPS Tactical or Ruger American rifle or similar in .308 or .270win or 6.5 creedmoor. Let me know what you have!

I have a Howa 1500 in 270 I could part with.  

I think the Howa's are probably the best bang for the buck.  I love my 700's, but they are a bit expensive, considering the stock will be a throwaway with the trigger following shortly too.

Tikka T3 Lite would be my next suggestion.

With the Howa and Tikka, you get a accurate and precise rifle with nice triggers.  Their basic stocks, like the Remmingtons, are fine for hunting accuracy, but not precision shooting.  Boyd's makes a nice alternative until you search out McMillans.

As for the American: a nice cheap rifle that will help you make some noise at the range.  Again, fine hunting accuracy, but precision, lacking.  You'll want to dump the stock and trigger as well. 

What are you looking to do?  Hunt?  Precision?  Tactical = short barrel.  I would avoid.  Shorter barrel, shorter impulse, less speed.

Do you have a scope?  Are you going to reload?

At $504 for: rifle, scope, base, and rings, you will find it hard to beat the accuracy and precision of this rifle.

Also, I would probably go with the 308.  Too much reloading data and bullet choices for the 30 cal's.

 

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I have a Howa 1500 in 270 I could part with.  
I think the Howa's are probably the best bang for the buck.  I love my 700's, but they are a bit expensive, considering the stock will be a throwaway with the trigger following shortly too.
Tikka T3 Lite would be my next suggestion.
With the Howa and Tikka, you get a accurate and precise rifle with nice triggers.  Their basic stocks, like the Remmingtons, are fine for hunting accuracy, but not precision shooting.  Boyd's makes a nice alternative until you search out McMillans.
As for the American: a nice cheap rifle that will help you make some noise at the range.  Again, fine hunting accuracy, but precision, lacking.  You'll want to dump the stock and trigger as well. 
What are you looking to do?  Hunt?  Precision?  Tactical = short barrel.  I would avoid.  Shorter barrel, shorter impulse, less speed.
Do you have a scope?  Are you going to reload?
At $504 for: rifle, scope, base, and rings, you will find it hard to beat the accuracy and precision of this rifle.
Also, I would probably go with the 308.  Too much reloading data and bullet choices for the 30 cal's.
 
It's gonna be for hunting and paper punching. Definitely not comp level precision rifle shooting.

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I have a Winchester Model 70 30-06. Blued Featherweight Barrel with Wooden Stock. DNZ 1 piece scope mount with Leupold Vari X III 3-9 scope for $500

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