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Old 01-31-2010, 10:20 PM
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I am considering this rifle in 30-06. It comes with an old Redfield 2-7x scope. The seller is asking $400. It's got 200 rounds through it. What do you think? Flat shooter? Worth the price?

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Old 02-01-2010, 10:50 AM
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It's a late 70's model.

http://www.northfloridashooting.com/...dland_2100.htm
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I have a P-H '06 and have shot another quite a bit.

If you do not buy it point the guy my way.

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Well how does it shoot? Worth the price?
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My father has that exact same rifle. He doesn't shoot it much, but its a good gun.
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I'll see if I can get it a little cheaper. I'll probably have to update the scope on it anyways.
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Well how does it shoot? Worth the price?
Both shoot into an inch easily.
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Parker Hale, Husqvarna, Interarms MKX, S&W 1500 and the several other similar rifles are most all high quality rifles that are made very well. I'd prefer a fine example of one of them over many of the new bolt guns marketed today. I'd buy it (try to get it cheaper, if you want) and if you're upgrading the scope sell it on GunsAmerica for $50-$75. I doubt very much you'll be disappointed in the rifle.
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If I'm not mistaken, the PHs were based on commercial Mauser actions.
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I just bought a PH in .243. It is the most accurate center fire rifle I've ever owned(but some one did glass bed it). I got outbid for one in .300 WM and was very disappointed to lose out on that one.
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