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Kimber 8400 Classic vs Sako 75 Hunter

Old 01-28-2004, 10:03 AM
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Default Kimber 8400 Classic vs Sako 75 Hunter

Since I'm considering thethe Sako I might as well look at Kimber for my next deer rifle. Is the quality comparable? Both have floated barrels. The Kimber is also pillar bedded. Thanks for you feedback!
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Old 01-28-2004, 11:02 AM
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Default RE: Kimber 8400 Classic vs Sako 75 Hunter

Kimber all the way. Why? I like a Mod 70 action. If you buy a kimber, you can get one nice peice of lumber with it. It is pillar bedded right from the start. Kimbers are generally lighter than the Sako's. And I feel Sakos are highly overrated. And hey, Kimber is good ole american quality. I know alot of shooting snobs think they spend more Euros on Fin guns, they are better. But I bet I get just as good groups with my american iron.
 

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