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    Gentlemen

    Any updates?
    Semper Paratus,

    Steve

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    I finally ordered one of these rifles.

    Any updates, thoughts, tricks, concerns appreciated.
    Semper Paratus,

    Steve

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    Watching with interest, but personally the Tikka T3X Arctic bolt action with its 10 round detachable magazine would be my personal choice in a contemporary production walk-around/defensive/hunting rifle, in .308.

    Best, Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by MolonLabe416 View Post
    I finally ordered one of these rifles.

    Any updates, thoughts, tricks, concerns appreciated.
    I have a NF 1-4 on mine, and it is a handy, lightweight capable package.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    These rifles are starting to appear, again, on an LGS’ gun rack, with some regularity. Temptingly so.
    Retar’d LE. Kinesthetic dufus.

    Don’t tread on volcanos!

  6. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by JonInWA View Post
    Watching with interest, but personally the Tikka T3X Arctic bolt action with its 10 round detachable magazine would be my personal choice in a contemporary production walk-around/defensive/hunting rifle, in .308.

    Best, Jon
    I love the concept of that Tikka, but for more money, more weight and not a semi auto .....
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    I love the concept of that Tikka, but for more money, more weight and not a semi auto .....
    No disagreement, George. But I really like the durability, relative simplicity, and interchangable magazines. The iron sights look superb (but I haven't had the opportunity to handle/shoot one in person yet).

    I wish that it had the concurrent capability of being reloaded with charging clips like the Lee Enfield, its predecessor in the Canadian Rangers.

    Cost (and additional magazine cost) is undeniably up there.

    Best, Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonInWA View Post
    No disagreement, George. But I really like the durability, relative simplicity, and interchangable magazines. The iron sights look superb (but I haven't had the opportunity to handle/shoot one in person yet).

    I wish that it had the concurrent capability of being reloaded with charging clips like the Lee Enfield, its predecessor in the Canadian Rangers.

    Cost (and additional magazine cost) is undeniably up there.

    Best, Jon
    In the Scout bolt action niche, the Sig Cross is very attractive.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    In the Scout bolt action niche, the Sig Cross is very attractive.
    The SIG Cross has the added advantage of being a better “bag gun,” for those whose environments would make that a useful feature. If my LGS would ever manage to get a .308 Cross in stock, rather than usual 6.5, I would probably be unable to resist an impulse buy, or at least an impulse lay-awake, er, I mean lay-away. (I do not have enough hair to grow the requisite man-bun, so am ineligible to acquire a 6.5 version.)
    Retar’d LE. Kinesthetic dufus.

    Don’t tread on volcanos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex G View Post
    (I do not have enough hair to grow the requisite man-bun, so am ineligible to acquire a 6.5 version.)
    You can always do the geezer-tail. Bald in the front, party in the back.
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    Not another dime.

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