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SHOT Show 2009: New Rifles

SHOT Show 2009: New Rifles

Here's a sneak peek at this year's hottest new rifles!
new thompson snow

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from latestreplica wrote 3 years 34 weeks ago

it contains lot of information. I always prefer to read the quality content and this thing I found in you post. Thanks for sharing.

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

the weatherby and the browning r awsome

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from wv trapper wrote 4 years 32 weeks ago

In my book the remington model 700 is hard to beat.But the new winchester model 70 is a very classy gun. That shoots and handles great

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from vthunter wrote 5 years 1 week ago

A few years ago I bought a Savage 110 bolt action .270. It was a package gun that I bought from a dealer I knew. It wasn't top of the line and I don't think I've heard too many people mention it and if they have It hasn't received glowing reports like remingtons 700 and others. The important thing is that it worked for me. It fir my budget, and I enjoy hunting with it. I have other rifles that I could an have used but this rifle seems to always surface to the top. It doesn't have to be expensive or fancy, it just has to be a good fit for you. I good rifle and some time on the range can go a long way towards making your hunting experience memorable. enjoy!

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from duke 1 wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

for hunting big bear 375 any 375 is a good bet,check it out.

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from Kody wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

Sure seems like the gun market is becoming a very competitive place. Sometimes that works for the consumer and other times it works against them. In this case, it worries me that there are getting to be too many guns competing for the same dollar. A little slump in gun sales and someone is going to go down.

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from Pastor C wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Savage Arms are dead solid! but the quality is always in the shooter first.

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from www.dropjhook.com wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

lol thats

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from www.dropjhook.com wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

I just want one good clean shot! thants all i ask

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from Steve_In_Heber wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

How many more "quality bolt action rifles" does the world need? The firearms makers are going the way of the auto companies -- by cranking out slightly different versions of the same old, tired products. I dare someone to invent a new action !!!

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from azlifer wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

Can someone please explain why this gun is so much more expensive then anything else firing the same round from an AR frame?!?

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from ironworker34 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

My father shot a savage .300 for forty years and we had venision on the table every year. He bought my brother and myself each one and we get deer every year. Both of us still shoot those same guns. Nothing wrong with shooting a cheaper gun as long as it does the job.

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from whitetailterror wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

i ownthat gun that is the best gun ever made in my opinion

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I have to agree with heaveg/ without some kind of change todays rifles couldn't be classified as ""NEW ""/ rather than trying to improve on something that isn't broke, maybe they could lower the cost of production so more people could own a selection of weapons and take the extra revenue and help provide and promote shooting events and access more places to do it. In turn this would require more ammuniton spent, and help safeguard our own interest by creating more interest in the shooting sports .

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from heaveyg wrote 5 years 19 weeks ago

Hey, let's bring on the realistically priced, yet quality firearms that shoot better MOA's than most in this elitist and unproven lot.How about Savage Arms, still one of the finest and most actions ever made....?

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from Remington Metric wrote 5 years 21 weeks ago

Now that Remington and DPMS are owned by the same company I don’t understand why Remington doesn’t push the .260 Remington in an AR platform match grade rifle. DPMS already had an AR model available in .260 Remington and that was a great idea. I thought big green would take that ball and run with it.

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from ye ole coaste wrote 5 years 21 weeks ago

Triple Kudo's and a well done to marlin rifles for there amazing variety of lever gun's.Out of 6 g/kids got two leftee's like myself!! Starrted all the leftee's on lever gun's and they are great shooters now!!Haven't justified buying a new stainless lever since still using the marlin 336 bought in the PX over 20 yrs ago and still purring like a kitten. do have to aggree with the writer who got an elk in kansas 270 is a mighty fine round and very popular in east oregon for elk there. Thks for listening. Carry ON!! YOC

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from squirrelhunter wrote 5 years 23 weeks ago

I dont really think 30-06's are very good for long range.

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from squirrelhunter wrote 5 years 23 weeks ago

I shoot a savage 270 and I love it. I went Elk hunting in Kansas this January and brought down a 600 pound Elk and two Ibex in one shot!

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from fisherus wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

I'm somewhat disappointed with the new rifles at the Shot Show this year. The Browning X-Bolt has been out for awhile so there doesn't seem to be alot of innovation or shakers and bakers this year. Let's face it folks, there's a lot of fine weaponry out there today and a good gunsmith and reloader can make an excellent shooter out of just about anything the market has today.
It really doesn't matter who likes what the best or for that matter who thinks what's the best as long as they enjoy what they shoot. I really think most of us just want to express our preferences to others that might not know what to get and are looking.
I'm of the old adage of it's what you can shoot well that makes it good!

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from bowmans friend wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

i would have to agree with bowman. but also why buy such an exspensive rifle where for a lot less you can get almost as good of peformance

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from Aaron1991 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

exelent accuracy & chamberd in a 30-06 will take down any deer (hint: you have to hit the deer if you want it to go down)

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from mantlerman wrote 5 years 25 weeks ago

the marlin 30 06 is a pretty good rifle

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from bowman wrote 5 years 25 weeks ago

ha who needs a rifle? bowhunting all the way

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from smallcrow wrote 5 years 25 weeks ago

Shore is nice to be rich to afford them thar shooting peices.

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from Utah Blaine wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Are the Browning Rifle's still made in JAPAN?

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from herbie57_57 wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

For a higher dollar rifle the Merkel is kind of ugly, I hope it shoots better than it looks.

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from dodgecummins wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

remington model 700 is the best and has always been the best rifle

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from dodgecummins wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

that is a kick @$$ gun

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from fisherus wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

I'm somewhat disappointed with the new rifles at the Shot Show this year. The Browning X-Bolt has been out for awhile so there doesn't seem to be alot of innovation or shakers and bakers this year. Let's face it folks, there's a lot of fine weaponry out there today and a good gunsmith and reloader can make an excellent shooter out of just about anything the market has today.
It really doesn't matter who likes what the best or for that matter who thinks what's the best as long as they enjoy what they shoot. I really think most of us just want to express our preferences to others that might not know what to get and are looking.
I'm of the old adage of it's what you can shoot well that makes it good!

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from Aaron1991 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

exelent accuracy & chamberd in a 30-06 will take down any deer (hint: you have to hit the deer if you want it to go down)

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from ironworker34 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

My father shot a savage .300 for forty years and we had venision on the table every year. He bought my brother and myself each one and we get deer every year. Both of us still shoot those same guns. Nothing wrong with shooting a cheaper gun as long as it does the job.

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from azlifer wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

Can someone please explain why this gun is so much more expensive then anything else firing the same round from an AR frame?!?

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from dodgecummins wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

remington model 700 is the best and has always been the best rifle

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from mantlerman wrote 5 years 25 weeks ago

the marlin 30 06 is a pretty good rifle

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I have to agree with heaveg/ without some kind of change todays rifles couldn't be classified as ""NEW ""/ rather than trying to improve on something that isn't broke, maybe they could lower the cost of production so more people could own a selection of weapons and take the extra revenue and help provide and promote shooting events and access more places to do it. In turn this would require more ammuniton spent, and help safeguard our own interest by creating more interest in the shooting sports .

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from Pastor C wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Savage Arms are dead solid! but the quality is always in the shooter first.

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from Remington Metric wrote 5 years 21 weeks ago

Now that Remington and DPMS are owned by the same company I don’t understand why Remington doesn’t push the .260 Remington in an AR platform match grade rifle. DPMS already had an AR model available in .260 Remington and that was a great idea. I thought big green would take that ball and run with it.

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from heaveyg wrote 5 years 19 weeks ago

Hey, let's bring on the realistically priced, yet quality firearms that shoot better MOA's than most in this elitist and unproven lot.How about Savage Arms, still one of the finest and most actions ever made....?

+2 Good Comment? | | Report
from whitetailterror wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

i ownthat gun that is the best gun ever made in my opinion

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from www.dropjhook.com wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

I just want one good clean shot! thants all i ask

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from Kody wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

Sure seems like the gun market is becoming a very competitive place. Sometimes that works for the consumer and other times it works against them. In this case, it worries me that there are getting to be too many guns competing for the same dollar. A little slump in gun sales and someone is going to go down.

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from dodgecummins wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

that is a kick @$$ gun

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from herbie57_57 wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

For a higher dollar rifle the Merkel is kind of ugly, I hope it shoots better than it looks.

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from smallcrow wrote 5 years 25 weeks ago

Shore is nice to be rich to afford them thar shooting peices.

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from bowmans friend wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

i would have to agree with bowman. but also why buy such an exspensive rifle where for a lot less you can get almost as good of peformance

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from duke 1 wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

for hunting big bear 375 any 375 is a good bet,check it out.

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from vthunter wrote 5 years 1 week ago

A few years ago I bought a Savage 110 bolt action .270. It was a package gun that I bought from a dealer I knew. It wasn't top of the line and I don't think I've heard too many people mention it and if they have It hasn't received glowing reports like remingtons 700 and others. The important thing is that it worked for me. It fir my budget, and I enjoy hunting with it. I have other rifles that I could an have used but this rifle seems to always surface to the top. It doesn't have to be expensive or fancy, it just has to be a good fit for you. I good rifle and some time on the range can go a long way towards making your hunting experience memorable. enjoy!

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from Utah Blaine wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

Are the Browning Rifle's still made in JAPAN?

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from ye ole coaste wrote 5 years 21 weeks ago

Triple Kudo's and a well done to marlin rifles for there amazing variety of lever gun's.Out of 6 g/kids got two leftee's like myself!! Starrted all the leftee's on lever gun's and they are great shooters now!!Haven't justified buying a new stainless lever since still using the marlin 336 bought in the PX over 20 yrs ago and still purring like a kitten. do have to aggree with the writer who got an elk in kansas 270 is a mighty fine round and very popular in east oregon for elk there. Thks for listening. Carry ON!! YOC

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from Steve_In_Heber wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

How many more "quality bolt action rifles" does the world need? The firearms makers are going the way of the auto companies -- by cranking out slightly different versions of the same old, tired products. I dare someone to invent a new action !!!

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from www.dropjhook.com wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

lol thats

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from squirrelhunter wrote 5 years 23 weeks ago

I shoot a savage 270 and I love it. I went Elk hunting in Kansas this January and brought down a 600 pound Elk and two Ibex in one shot!

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from wv trapper wrote 4 years 32 weeks ago

In my book the remington model 700 is hard to beat.But the new winchester model 70 is a very classy gun. That shoots and handles great

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

the weatherby and the browning r awsome

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from latestreplica wrote 3 years 34 weeks ago

it contains lot of information. I always prefer to read the quality content and this thing I found in you post. Thanks for sharing.

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from squirrelhunter wrote 5 years 23 weeks ago

I dont really think 30-06's are very good for long range.

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from bowman wrote 5 years 25 weeks ago

ha who needs a rifle? bowhunting all the way

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