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Hi all Dose any one on hear have a Tikka t3x with a Picatinny rail fitted and using a pulsar N450 NV unit? if so do you have a 0 MOA 10 MOA or 20MOA Rail. How well dose it work ? would you recommend 0, 10 or 20 . Was there any interference with operating problems? Any info/help would be much appreciated. Regards Steve
Hi I've recently had my cert back with a new slot for a 243. I'm after a good rifle that will last a very long time as I don't want to be changing it anytime soon. I've been looking at tikka sako etc, and like the look of the M595. Does anyone have any feedback on these rifles? Does anyone know of anyone with one thinking of parting with it? Or does anyone have another type of rifle which they are thinking of selling? Any help info on any rifle in 243 would be appreciated. Many thanks
So, with my FEO visit concluded I'm hoping to have my FAC come through in the next couple of weeks. I have land on which I can shoot (permission from a local farmer which is cleared for at least .243 so I'll check but I assume will be cleared for .308). I also am a member of a target shooting club locally and we have access to ranges up to 600yds etc. I am looking to buy a rifle that will do a little of everything and have decided I'd quite like something short (20-24") and with synthetic stock and blued action and varmint barrel. So, I've narrowed down my choices to the following but would appreciate a little input to see if there's anything I've overlooked or something I haven't considered... Option 1) Remington 700 SPS Varmint or Tactical. Cheapest of the three I'm looking at and with a huge selection of aftermarket bits and bobs available. Plenty about too. Option 2) Howa 1500 stealth hunter combo. Great kit, great value and comes ready to go with scope and bipod etc (ok quality for now) Flimsy hogue stock is the issue. Option 3) Tikka T3 Varmint or Tactical. Fair bit more expensive to buy but the rifle has really great quality and accuracy out of the box according to numerous reviews. I'd always liked the Remy but recent quality control issues have kinda dampened my ardour on that one, the Howa seems to have all the required bits and a decent reputation bar the stock but the Tikka is a class above if what I've read is correct both in terms of quality and accuracy and may be worth pushing the boat out for. Ideally my budget will be to keep it between £1k-1.3k I've already picked out my .22LR semi and .17HMr rifles for the bunnies etc and tbh this .308 will probably be used 95% of the time on a range but it would be nice if it could do a little of everything just in case. Any help or suggestions welcomed. Mick