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    Blaser rifles?

    Every once and a while I hit gunbroker dot com and check out lefty rifles for sale. That's how I found my Winchester Model 70, 7mm Rem Mag.

    I always see tons of Blaser rifles for sale...and they are pricey.

    Anyone shoot one? Hell, anyone ever seen a Blaser rifle? What's the draw?

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    I have seen them at the range. They look ok. The doc that shoots them likes them. Bolt pulls straight back if I remember correctly.

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    The action is supposed to be faster than anything else in a bolt action.
    To me the only real advantage is that you can mount a scope on the barreled action, zero it ,and then switch out to another caliber and back without having to rezero. The scope stays attached to each individual barreled action.
    I'm sure some minor point of impact changes may still occur, but a test shot can supposedly always be near perfect of original zero.
    I have fired one two years ago to sight it in and they shoot well and handle nice.
    Lots of other good rifles out there for less that shoot just as well though.
    Very unique. Nice if it can be afforded.

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    I was going to put my custom rifle on that site to try and sell it. I took a look around and saw a lot of them, they seem to be pretty popular.
    ... because every picture tells a story

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    I do not trust their action design. There have been problems.

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