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I appreciate all the use full information from everyone. I found a Remington 541T in very good condition. Its trigger has been tuned and was shot some in benchrest competition. I think it will meet my needs and I appreciate the education about accurate 22 rifles. George
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If you are sold on that Remington, then enjoy it and become proficient with it.
If you find it is not what you want, and really want a great rifle, contact Mac Tilton at MTGuns. I have been to his Santa Barbara building, and he has some really fine used target guns for around $500. Any of them would be an upgrade from most of the new domestic rifles made today.
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I have a Sako P94 Finnfire Varmint with the Walnut stock. It has a factory trigger that adjusted cleanly down to about 14 oz. Never had a feeding issue once. It shots all the premo ammo well by likes Wolf Match good enough to afford to shot. 0.2-3" 50 yd groups are the norm. I have been told this is the same action Quad. If true, I would recommend the Quad based on my rifle. I wouldn't take for it. Tim
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I have a savage, and its great! It is very reliable and accurate. you could get one for 300. Or in SS for 350 or so. It comes with bases. Very happy with the trigger. I dont know about the CZs they look good.
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My Sako Quad shoots and feeds just fine. Will it hang with my Anshutz 1813/1913 smallbore prone rifles? No....... its great to carry, plink, shoot squirrels, cans etc. My brother has a CZ-452 American thats a fine little 22.