25-06

Discussion in 'Rifles' started by sc020643, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. sc020643

    sc020643 New Member

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    hey guys. i found a sendero in 25-06 for $800 at my local pawnshop. i looking for a varmint/hunting rifle. i was wondering what your thoughts were as to whether it is a good deal or not.
     


  2. Okierifleman

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    black or stainless fluted?
     
  3. Big country

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    The 25-06 is a good round. I don't know what the rifle is worth.
     
  4. sc020643

    sc020643 New Member

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    black, no flutting...
     
  5. Big country

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    $800 sounds a little high to me. But like I said I'm not familiar with "sendero" so I could be wrong and completely blind to what might be a very pricey custom gun.
     
  6. atticus

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    Depends on what you want it for. You can get some really fine 25-06 rifles for under $800. Just my 2 cents.
     
  7. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    Love my 25-06, probably my favorite bolt action I own........have no idea about the value of the one you found though, sorry.
    I am sure somebody else will......
     
  8. Bullseye Shooter

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    That's a fair price, especially if it comes with some sort of scope.
     
  9. Texas1911

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    Sendero is a HS-Precision stocked stainless Remington 700 with the adj. trigger and jeweled action. It's a great rifle, and is well worth $800 if it's not too high in the round count, especially with glass!

    .25-06 is a perfect Texas caliber, the average grain weight is 100 - 130 with 117 being the standard I believe. It's got good accuracy, pretty flat trajectory, and soft recoil, especially in a heavy rifle like the Sendero.

    I say go for it!
     
  10. Okierifleman

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    For a black one $800 isnt bad, but its not great, just average. I would go in about $7-750 and see if he bites. The stainless fluted model goes for around $900 or so. Of course, those numbers are without any scope. It seems that Remington didnt make as many 25-06 in either sendero as they built more 7 and 300 mags. They are very good rifles, the HS precision has aluminum bedding blocks and the barrel is floated. I have one in 7mm Rem Mag that I had rechambered to 7 STW and I love it. Just one last word, they are not light. If you were wanting a rifle to carry around all day, this is not the one for you. But walking to a stand or something like that would be great.
     

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