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    Two used rifles just arrived

    Very well cared for pair of rifles. They are both great pieces but personally I keep thinking that the 350 Rem needs to be in my gun case.

    Parker Hale 7mm
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    Remington 350 Remington
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    If you are looking for higher end rifle you should consider these two rifles.

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    Since when is a Parker Hale a “ higher end “ rifle?
    Life is short - drink the good wine first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REM3200 View Post
    Since when is a Parker Hale a “ higher end “ rifle?

    It's the price, not the rifle.
    Higher end I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REM3200 View Post
    Since when is a Parker Hale a “ higher end “ rifle?
    Since the put a Bushnell scope on them. Price is "all in".

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    Quote Originally Posted by REM3200 View Post
    Since when is a Parker Hale a higher end rifle?
    Compared to the extensive crop of "budget" rifles on the market today - Axis, American, 783, etc - the old Parker Hales is indeed a "higher-end" rifle.

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    Those model 1200c are quite a nice rifle.
    Shoot well
    Mauser type action.
    Grip fits your hand nice. (raised palm )
    Nice wood.....

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    Had a 1200c in '06 which printed under moa even when I let the barrel heat up.
    NFA, CSSA, CCFR, BCWF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Boo View Post
    Compared to the extensive crop of "budget" rifles on the market today - Axis, American, 783, etc - the old Parker Hales is indeed a "higher-end" rifle.
    I agree with that but imo 1k is a bit steep.

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    My memory may be failing, and maybe the price was high back then.
    But Sidney I. Robinson sold those for $1299 ,(?) back in the late eighties.
    How much was an sks back then?

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