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Marctitty

Tikka t3x or howa 1500 in 308

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That’s brilliant shooting mate and you can see why my local rfd has mentioned this gun to me as he shoots one him self spanner in the works now lol 😂 still think it’s going to be the tikka t3. 

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3 minutes ago, Marctitty said:

That’s brilliant shooting mate and you can see why my local rfd has mentioned this gun to me as he shoots one him self spanner in the works now lol 😂 still think it’s going to be the tikka t3. 

Friend of mine who uses his 308 solely for range shooting at Bisley has a Howa with some kind of fancy stock on it. 

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2 hours ago, Marctitty said:

I’m always open new opinions I currently use the sst in 243 in 95grn they are devastating rounds and very accurate but not always same in different cali.bres my mate will not shoot a tikka or hornaday as he hates them both lol 

Is your mate the result of a brother/sister mating.😂

Tikka all day every day. 

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He could very well be I’m not quiet sure but I now he’s a cracking shot with his 308 useing a browning xbolt and ppu clover leaf it 

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I’ve got a t3x supper varmint 223 and a howa 243, the tikka is a lovely gun and very accurate but the howa is just as accurate if not more and was less than half the price 

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In .308w 180gr Norma Oryx and 165gr Nosler Accubond has worked great on moose, wildboar , fallow deer and roe for me. Leave the light bullets for your .243w.

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