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    If the new-ish Weatherby Backcountry series wasn’t so appealing I think I would consider ordering a Cross ASAP. Although the general impression on Rokslide is to wait for the 2nd generation and not be an early adopter.
    "Do nothing which is of no use." -Musashi

    What would TR do? TRCP BHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWTO View Post
    ...wait for the 2nd generation and not be an early adopter.
    With Sig, that seems like a good philosophy. Maybe 3rd generation.
    "BJJ is sort of like nonconsensual yoga"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfrack View Post
    With Sig, that seems like a good philosophy. Maybe 3rd generation.
    1st Gen Sig = Beta testing
    2nd Gen Sig = 1st Gen
    3rd Gen Sig = Same as 2nd Gen but costs $1000 more, is grey, and has a cool name that sounds operatorish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfrack View Post
    With Sig, that seems like a good philosophy. Maybe 3rd generation.
    Common criticisms on that forum are lackluster accuracy, poor fit, and general “dinky-ness”. We’ll see what actual field reports, from non-influencers on social media, are after hunting season.
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  5. #75
    I placed a deposit for a 6.5CM in June at the sig academy pro shop. Crickets.

    I suspect they ran into QC issues as usual.

  6. #76
    On SteveB’s recommendation, I got a .308 Cross. So far love it, and I have a Q Fix in 6.5. Could be the modern scout rifle that doubles for precision work.
    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

  7. #77
    Skip to 27:00 minutes for your own sanity.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM0eq_FfDNs

    Nutnfancy somehow breaks another Sig product or Sig ships another product that goes off when it isn’t supposed to. You decide.

    Either way, I wonder if he got a rifle that squeaked by with a recalled bolt or if it was messed with. The way he talked about the failure at the beginning is setting off my spidey senses and makes me suspect of something.

    I can’t wait for Kevin B’s hot take. I will get the popcorn going.

  8. #78
    Oh God. I stopped at 21 minutes. Whatever the fuck you do, do not stop at 21 minutes. They're shooting with a Caldwell Lead Sled, and explaining shit groups by exclaiming, repeatedly, that they shoot operationally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise_A View Post
    Oh God. I stopped at 21 minutes. Whatever the fuck you do, do not stop at 21 minutes. They're shooting with a Caldwell Lead Sled, and explaining shit groups by exclaiming, repeatedly, that they shoot operationally.
    I warned you to skip forward to 27:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    On SteveB’s recommendation, I got a .308 Cross. So far love it, and I have a Q Fix in 6.5. Could be the modern scout rifle that doubles for precision work.
    @GJM, you are well left of the 'chasm' on the tech adoption curve.

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