Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Hooligan, Sep 20, 2008.
laminated is okay.
before deer season go.
No stainless in the lefty though
Might be hard to find as a lot of SS actions are put in synthetic stocks in order to be weather resistant.
Savage lists left hand models in either blue with wood or SS with synthetic. I know they will make "custom" guns for people for a small upcharge. I'm sure you could get them to drop the SS barreled action into one of their wood stocks pretty easily.
Have them combine these two:
Remington 700 XCR Order no. 84503. It's synthetic though.
Browning A-Bolt. I love mine. Fucking nicest bolt-action rifle I've owned in a long time.
I've been having this problem. It's stainless, lefty, wood. Pick 2.
M77® Mark II Sporter bolt action rifles are available in both right- and left-hand models and feature:
** Rugged, weather-resistant laminate stocks and stainless steel barreled actions.
** One-piece bolt that has proven to be one of the strongest on the market, standing up over the years to such magnum cartridges as the .375 H&H, .416 Rigby, and .458 Lott.
** Non-rotating, Mauser-type controlled-feed extractor, the most positive case extraction system ever invented, and a fixed blade-type ejector that positively ejects the empty cases as the bolt is moved fully rearward.
** Patented floorplate latch, mounted flush with the front of the trigger guard, that secures the hinged floorplate against accidental dumping of cartridges, yet allows quick unloading of the magazine by simply pressing from the outside of the guard.
** Patented integral scope rings that attach directly to the receiver's precision-machined mounting surfaces, eliminating a potential source of looseness and inaccuracy in the field (included at no extra cost).
** Easily accessible three-position safety that allows the shooter to lock the bolt, or to load and unload with the safety engaged.
** Studs for mounting sling swivels.
Caliber: .30-06 Sprg
Capacity: 4 Rounds
Finish: Brushed Stainless
Stock: Brown Laminate
Barrel Length: 22"
Twist: 1:10" RH
Overall Length: 42 3/4"
Weight: 7 1/2 lbs
California Approved: N/A
Massachusetts Approved: N/A
Front Sight(s): None
Rear Sight(s): None
Other Features: Three-Position Manual Safety
Suggested Retail Price: $ 837.00
why no righty?
good fucking luck
because rode a horse when he was 12
I'm lefty and I hunt with a right handed bolt action. It's a legitimate question.
do you enjoy shooting right handed? I've got a good friend and he hated it and the last few years finally got a few lefty rifles. made a huge difference in his accuracy and enjoyment of shooting.
I can't imagine having to pull the bolt with my left hand
EDIT: nice AV too
I shoot lefty but I use my right hand to run the bolt. I have no issues what so ever.
you'd be surprised how nice it is to shoot and work the bolt with the same hand
Probably but it works fine for me.
I do want to pick up a lefty rifle but I've got bigger fish to fry.
I'm a lefty and own LH and RH rifles; after using both I'll buy lefty whenever I can unless I have a good reason not to.