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Looks like a nice gun. It's all about what you want. If you like it...buy it. I looked at ballistics on it a while back after seeing a guy shoot a grizzly with one on a hunting show. I have a .300 ultra mag. and the ballistics and overall cartridge was identical to my .300 ultra mag. so i would have no need for it. But it is a nice gun. My conclusion is that is there answer to competing with Remington's .300 ultra mag. I think you should buy it so we know for sure though
 

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I would assume that you either have priced ammo or reload (or plan to). Ammo will run ~$100 per box of 20 for factory loads. You will be able to reload it for less than a dollar a round once you have the brass.

Heck, we all need at least one gun of our dreams. If you like it and can afford it, go for it. :thumb:
 

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What do you plan on killing with it?
I really don't know, I just have been wanting a fast, flat shooting, long range, somewhat custom rifle for awhile. Probably everything from whitetails on the highline I hunt, elk, caribou, and moose one day. I have looked at the RUM's and like them too. This one is just a little different. I mainly wanted to find about what some of you thought about it, like what's it worth.

Thanks...I'll keep an eye on it and if I get it I'll let you know.
 

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I would say it is definitely worth what has been bid so far, and if I was in good shape economically as I was 10 years ago......I wouldn't hesitate to toss a few bids at it. You probly will get outbid each time though...but you may also luck out. Knock your lights out, and let us know what goes down. Good Luck on the powerline:up:
 
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