okay I apoligse I should have specified better. I'm looking for one in the under $500 price range. Open sights are a requirement. And a wood stock is a requirement.uglydog said:A more accurate question would be, "Does anyone who makes a bolt action NOT make it in .223?" Pick any brand and they should have one.
There very few things in which you can not do with a good bolt rifle or a good pump shotgun. perhaps after you grow up you will learn that firepower is not every thing.Maser said:lol hey ditch the bolt action .223 and get a ranch rifle (mini-14)
people like you make me nervousMaser said:lol i know i was just being a smartass but yea iv seen some shooters at my rifle range i go to take as much time as almost 5 mins in between shots :roll: lol ppl like that make me nervous
Your choice of words speaks volumes. In real world shooting situations there are no "sessions." You stalk an animal for days the when the chance to shoot finaly comes you damn well better make a kill shot. Hence prefer a bolt. If all you do is shoot old appliances that's one thing, but to hunt animals which ain't going to stand waiting for you expend excessively high quantities of ammo is quite another.lol sorry guys but i just think its boring to sit there and take long boring shots like a minute apart lol i need to have more action in my shooting sessions.
And we wonder why Shotgunworld.com gave you the pink slip :roll: . Speaking of which, I noticed how well your own shooting forum is going. Congrats on that. Keep up the good work.Maser said:lol sorry guys but i just think its boring to sit there and take long boring shots like a minute apart :roll: lol i need to have more action in my shooting sessions :twisted: