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    Legendaryarmsworks.com

    As an upgrade from a Forbes the new (legendary arms works) 704 actioned rifle looks promising.

    Light weight and in most calibre's/chambering's as well as the new 26,27,28 and 30 Nosler chambering's

    Carbon this n that, fluted, braked, timnay

    Should be here before march 2017

    Talk to Quentin (45south)

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    Indication of pricing?

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    Around $3000
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    They look heavy....

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    3000 isnt bad considering thats cheaper than a Sako 85, plus those Nosler 26/28 chamberings look very interesting.

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    6.6-7lb bare... No thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
    3000 isnt bad considering thats cheaper than a Sako 85, plus those Nosler 26/28 chamberings look very interesting.
    They look like they were designed to burn barrels as quick as possible, probably a ton of fun though....

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    Most of the professional rifles seemed around 2K USD and if Finnlights are selling for just under 1600 USD and 35hundred here, it would be a pretty good deal to see one for 3 grand NZ.
    Quentin may work some magic though.

    I like the look of them but not to fussed on the accuracy guarantee wording.
    Hopefully they'll last awhile

    Not sure about the "all common calibres" bit , can't see no Swede.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakewire View Post
    Most of the professional rifles seemed around 2K USD and if Finnlights are selling for just under 1600 USD and 35hundred here, it would be a pretty good deal to see one for 3 grand NZ.
    Quentin may work some magic though.

    I like the look of them but not to fussed on the accuracy guarantee wording.
    Hopefully they'll last awhile

    Not sure about the "all common calibres" bit , can't see no Swede.
    An excuse for you to finally see the light and get a 260
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    How does the action differ from a rem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakewire View Post
    Most of the professional rifles seemed around 2K USD and if Finnlights are selling for just under 1600 USD and 35hundred here, it would be a pretty good deal to see one for 3 grand NZ.
    Quentin may work some magic though.

    I like the look of them but not to fussed on the accuracy guarantee wording.
    Hopefully they'll last awhile

    Not sure about the "all common calibres" bit , can't see no Swede.
    Yes but finnlights come to us via beretta nz, hence the out of proportion prices
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    I watched a review on them the other day. They look a fine rifle and well put together.
    That 26 nosler looks tasty... barrel life may not be a strength?
    Last edited by SlimySquirrel; 16-07-2016 at 08:54 AM.

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    gunsmiths will love these guns

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    Bugger.

    Controlled round feed.

    Was getting excited for a second.

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