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Location: Missouri/Arkansas
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I bought Remington model seven stainless/synthetic today in West Plains, it's a little short rifle chambered for the 7mm-08 Remington. I think it's going to be my most accurate rifle.

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Location: Wisconsin
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Model 7 has always been great, and the stainless/synthetic is about the best. 7mm-08 is great. Good choice, Captain! I'm sure you will be pleased.

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Location: Central NY
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My dad carries a modle 7 in 7mm08. He loves that gun, says it is the best deer gun he has ever owned and he has owned a bunch.

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I love it already. I figure I'll get another Burris for it, zero it for 200 yards. It'll be a great deer gun, also will work for caribou, I so want to go on that hunt. I'd even take it for elk.

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Location: Wisconsin
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Nothing you hit with the 7mm-08 is going to complain that it wasn't potent enough.

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Location: Montana
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Both my girls shoot a Rem model 7 in 7mm-08. We have taken antelope,deer and elk with them. Have fun and enjoy, you made a great choice.

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Location: hanover, pa
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I've never shot mine at deer yet, but on paper she's a honey.

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It's supposedly a terrific bench-rest cartridge. Probably retains the accuracy o its father cartridge, the 308.