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Posted: 12/16/2016 10:14:11 AM EDT
preferably sporter weight
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:15:26 AM EDT
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Tikka T3 Lite.  Even comes with a 3 shot MOA guarantee.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:19:59 AM EDT
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For Yoties?

I can't help, but I use my LMT-SPR for coyotes. I always heard about the short barrel life of the 22-250 and additionally not wanting to add another caliber when the .223 does a great job
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:22:04 AM EDT
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Tikka T3 Lite.  Even comes with a 3 shot MOA guarantee.
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My answer was to build my own Winchester M70 but if I were buying it would be this.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 10:56:54 AM EDT
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I'd advise re-thinking the 22-250.

223 will do 90% of what you want without adding a cartridge to your stable.

I dragged a Rem VSSF and a 24" 1/9 AR out west prairie doggin for about ten years '97-07 and I really should have just packed an extra upper for the AR.

Inside 100 yards though, a 40 gr VMAX  cooking along at about 4100 does make for an impressive intestine helicopter.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:00:26 AM EDT
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Savage accutrigger is probably the best option.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:00:55 AM EDT
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I'd advise re-thinking the 22-250.

223 will do 90% of what you want without adding a cartridge to your stable.

I dragged a Rem VSSF and a 24" 1/9 AR out west prairie doggin for about ten years '97-07 and I really should have just packed an extra upper for the AR.

Inside 100 yards though, a 40 gr VMAX  cooking along at about 4100 does make for an impressive intestine helicopter.<img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/smiley_abused.gif border=0 align=middle>
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How do you know what he's doing?  He didn't say what he's doing?  You CIA?  You stalking the OP?

RUN OP RUN!!!

Seriously though, 22-250 allows the easy use of 80gr and 90gr projectiles with a much better BC than any 77gr could dream of.  That with the extra case capacity of the 22-250 allows them to be sent down range with more FPS...all of which leading to better performance in the wind at all ranges and far superior performance at long ranges (400yds+).

22-250 has a place.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 11:59:36 AM EDT
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How do you know what he's doing?  He didn't say what he's doing?  You CIA?  You stalking the OP?

RUN OP RUN!!!

Seriously though, 22-250 allows the easy use of 80gr and 90gr projectiles with a much better BC than any 77gr could dream of.  That with the extra case capacity of the 22-250 allows them to be sent down range with more FPS...all of which leading to better performance in the wind at all ranges and far superior performance at long ranges (400yds+).

22-250 has a place.
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Serious question, would you opt for one of the 6mm's instead for the same application?
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 12:28:02 PM EDT
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Serious question, would you opt for one of the 6mm's instead for the same application?
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I don't know what application the OP is using.  He didn't mention, just asked for a rifle chambered the the caliber of his choosing.

But, what is your usage you are curious about?
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 8:27:59 PM EDT
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I've heard these Ruger Americans are pretty good out the box; not sure about 1 MOA.

Here's the RA Predator version in .22-250:   http://ruger.com/products/americanRiflePredator/specSheets/6945.html



I just bought this in .223.  Haven't shot it yet, still working on the stock and I'll get a replacement trigger spring tomorrow AM.  Should be shooting it Sunday or Monday at the latest.  it ill become my new Coyote Rifle and I'll probably use it for deer as well.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 8:29:59 PM EDT
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Got a Remington 700 BDL.  Sweet gun.
Link Posted: 12/16/2016 8:33:15 PM EDT
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How do you know what he's doing?  He didn't say what he's doing?  You CIA?  You stalking the OP?

RUN OP RUN!!!

Seriously though, 22-250 allows the easy use of 80gr and 90gr projectiles with a much better BC than any 77gr could dream of.  That with the extra case capacity of the 22-250 allows them to be sent down range with more FPS...all of which leading to better performance in the wind at all ranges and far superior performance at long ranges (400yds+).

22-250 has a place.
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I'd advise re-thinking the 22-250.

223 will do 90% of what you want without adding a cartridge to your stable.

I dragged a Rem VSSF and a 24" 1/9 AR out west prairie doggin for about ten years '97-07 and I really should have just packed an extra upper for the AR.

Inside 100 yards though, a 40 gr VMAX  cooking along at about 4100 does make for an impressive intestine helicopter.<img src=http://www.ar15.com/images/smilies/smiley_abused.gif border=0 align=middle>


How do you know what he's doing?  He didn't say what he's doing?  You CIA?  You stalking the OP?

RUN OP RUN!!!

Seriously though, 22-250 allows the easy use of 80gr and 90gr projectiles with a much better BC than any 77gr could dream of.  That with the extra case capacity of the 22-250 allows them to be sent down range with more FPS...all of which leading to better performance in the wind at all ranges and far superior performance at long ranges (400yds+).

22-250 has a place.


Who makes an out-of-the-box 22-250 with a 1/7 twist?
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