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    Finally got my model 11 300WSM "right"


    I was having accuracy issues with this gun since acquiring it, but after replacing those "cheap" Weaver bases and rings, as well as the scope, it's 100% better! Now it has Burris dual dovetails and a Burris Lightseeker 3x9x40, and the former issues have been cured. It's now a "keeper".

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    It's a good ending when "bad rifle" is fixed by a good scope :-) I have had that happen a few times and I have given up on cheap scope setups. Now I spend the money and save myself the headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benmuncie View Post
    It's a good ending when "bad rifle" is fixed by a good scope :-) I have had that happen a few times and I have given up on cheap scope setups. Now I spend the money and save myself the headache.
    Amen to that!

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    What was on it prior?

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