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  1. #51
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    Couple other things that I really like about this thing.

    As I mentioned, the clip is very similar to the browning x bolts, but in the Ruger it seats better loaded, and is very flush and level with rifle. The other thing is the adjustable trigger, which is a good feature, and of course being made semi locally, in NH was nice.

    Cant wait to throw some lead at a target with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingman Cruncher View Post
    Couple other things that I really like about this thing.

    the clip is very similar to the browning x bolts, .
    Clips go on your nipples, mags go in your rifle!

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    How does it feed?
    I've already told you more than I know.

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    The trigger is adjustable right?

    My buddy’s Remington Model 7 is advertised as adjustable, but then they go and tell you that you won’t get it any better than how it’s set from factory.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingman Cruncher View Post
    Couple other things that I really like about this thing.

    As I mentioned, the clip is very similar to the browning x bolts, but in the Ruger it seats better loaded, and is very flush and level with rifle. The other thing is the adjustable trigger, which is a good feature, and of course being made semi locally, in NH was nice.

    Cant wait to throw some lead at a target with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingman Cruncher View Post
    Couple other things that I really like about this thing.

    As I mentioned, the clip is very similar to the browning x bolts, but in the Ruger it seats better loaded, and is very flush and level with rifle. The other thing is the adjustable trigger, which is a good feature, and of course being made semi locally, in NH was nice.

    Cant wait to throw some lead at a target with it.
    I'm looking forward to your range report.
    Born to hunt, forced to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDK View Post
    How does it feed?
    Better than I was expecting to be perfectly honest. I cycled about 40 rounds and it works as designed. The magazine after looking at it fully is pretty cheap feeling, but has perfect pressure and there were no hang ups. Bolt feels decent and smooth enough for this guy. No real obvious things where, I’m regretting or concerned.

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