I found a really sweet Black Friday deal on a Savage 12fv 6.5 Creedmore. It is configured a heavy varmint barrel and blind magazine. I figured at this price, it was time to throw together a rifle so I can learn to shoot long range. The stock is cheap, injection molded junk(totally understable at the price i paid). I have been eyeing the Bell and Carlson Tactical Medalist. Am i correct in thinking this is my best bet for a budget friendly option that is a solid platform? Anyone have any other recommendations?
Hey Guys, I'm looking to get my first rifle and I kinda settled my mind already. The problem is that I have limited experience and wanted to get some opinion from people who have first hand knowledge. First I'd like to explain where I'm coming from. I'm 23 and I come from Germany. I've been shooting since I'm 14 and got my owning licences for almost 3 years now. I'm somewhat limited in gun ownership so need to be sure about what I want. I'd like to get a rifle that can do almost everything. Diciplines including: 100m static, 300m static, 500m static, multi distace dynamic, maybe some IPSC. My primary goals are a little bit different though. I also would like to use is for hunting in the future and I really want to tackle the 1000m mark. I found a local gunsmithing company who's making custom ARs only. I haven't talked to them yet because I wanted to get more data. My plan is a lightweight AR-10 pattern rifle with a 16.5" Barrel chambered in 6.5CM. On goes a IOR 2-16x42. My Question is, is that possible? I mean, I did the maths and theoretically it should be. I just want to hear some expert opinions. Thank you guys!