For Sale Tikka T-3 Superlite 6.5 Creedmoor

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Tikka T-3 Superlite 6.5 Creedmoor I have the original box and everything from the Factory. I paid 849 plus tax for the gun. I paid over 300 to have the Lantac Dragon muzzle brake installed and over 100 for Leupold bases and rings. The gun is a shooter. It shoots Hornady ELD-X 143 grain factory ammo excellent. Trades welcome but probably just want to sell. I have over 1300 into this shooter. I will sell for 800 plus the ride.
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I'm going to hang on to this thing but can't seem to be able to edit the post.
 

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And here, we were hoping 9mm would buy and dip it woodgrain!!!
 

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I don’t mean anything negative, just curious about why you put a muzzle brake on a 6.5 Creedmore rifle?
There it is! I think this is what @PARA45 was looking for...:ROFLMAO:

@Colorado Luckydog - nice rifle, but you might be fishing in the wrong pond so to speak.
 

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I don’t mean anything negative, just curious about why you put a muzzle brake on a 6.5 Creedmore rifle?
It helps you see your hits. I have a muzzle brake on my Remington 700 223. It came that way from the factory. If you look at a Christensen Arms or a Fierce Creedmoor, They will both have muzzle brakes on them. I don't mean anything bad either but where have you been. Go to Cabelas and look at the rifles. Muzzle brakes are here to stay and on most rifles now.
 

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people on your left and right at the range are not in love with muzzle brakes. i wear plugs and muffs when they show up at the range. as most of the hunting around here is in heavy cover mountains and not seen at all.
 

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people on your left and right at the range are not in love with muzzle brakes. i wear plugs and muffs when they show up at the range. as most of the hunting around here is in heavy cover mountains and not seen at all.
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people on your left and right at the range are not in love with muzzle brakes. i wear plugs and muffs when they show up at the range. as most of the hunting around here is in heavy cover mountains and not seen at all.
People on the left and the right at my ranges are shooting with muzzle brakes. That's just the way it is. Brakes are not going away. They offer to much for such a little cost. And like I said, go to Scheels, Sportsman's Warehouse or Cabelas. I would say at least 30% of the rifles for sale, have muzzle brakes straight from the factory. I'm not saying that you need to get a muzzle brake right now. You should probably get rid of your flip phone first. Then get a muzzle brake.
 

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Have one of these in 30-06 and had threaded for suppressor. Shoots amazing. Is that muzzle break threaded or pinned on? Great gun to toss suppressor on
 

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people on your left and right at the range are not in love with muzzle brakes. i wear plugs and muffs when they show up at the range. as most of the hunting around here is in heavy cover mountains and not seen at all.
Here in the northeast I have not seen any rifles other than the Browning bolt with a brake but then we are hunting in thick woods where ranges are short. At the ranges I frequent we have quite a few ARAficienados that use flash suppressors but no brakes. Maybe just a regional thing?
 

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I am assuming since you are target shooting you are not concerned with it affecting the rifles balance and handling?
 

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I am assuming since you are target shooting you are not concerned with it affecting the rifles balance and handling?
Nope! I have a few hunting rifles. Remington 700 223, Tikka T-3 6.5 Creedmoor, Kimber Mountain Ascent 300 WSM, Montana Rifle Company 7MM Mag and a Henry 45/70. The 45/70 is the only one without a brake. All the rest came with a brake from the factory except the Tikka.
 

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Brakes are a very good thing. Anyone bitching about the noise should stay the phuck back from the muzzle. Just saying...
 

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