What are the thoughts of @roverandbrew and @sestoppelman on the metal work on their respective rifles ?
Presumably the actions are made on all modern tooling and provide modern precision in an almost traditional 98 design, but I don't know.
There have been various 98 reinventions over the years with varying levels of precision and finish, but I had hoped that these (Rigby and Mauser) would be a huge leap forward in precision of manufacture. Again, I don't know.
It really is ok to own both a Blaser and a Rigby ........I only have 2 rifles...in 4 calibers....
I made my choice and went all in on Blaser.
Waiting for you to do the same.
But that doesn't mean I don't appreciate the beauty in other rifles.
The Rigby HS is a good example of that.
There are soooo many rifles I enjoy looking at.
Mrs BeeMaa calls it gun-porn.
@BeeMaa you almost have the lovely Mrs BeeMaa as the perfect hunting partner but you still need to get the checkbook away from her! Lol.
and only really need 2 rifles anyhoo.
As long as one of the two is a .243......What sort of heresy is this? somebody get a rope.
with wives as well as the IRS you need to learn to have two checkbooks... rookie mistake!you still need to get the checkbook away from her! Lol.
@K-maAs long as one of the two is a .243......
with wives as well as the IRS you need to learn to have two checkbooks... rookie mistake!