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Tikka T3 Lite chambered in .270 with a Vortex Viper PST FFP illuminated reticle scope. Leupold rings, Harris Bipod, cheek pad/ zippered storage. Adjustable trigger(2-4lbs) currently set a 2 lbs and very crisp. I’ll even throw in a cabelas hard case. Great set up, I just don’t use this rifle (only a dozen rounds through it) and could use the money. $1100 OBO
I'm selling a practically brand new Tikka T3 Lite in 300 WSM. I've put maybe 15 rounds through it in the 2 years I've had it. Super accurate rifle and light (easy to pack on hunts). Asking $500, new it is $700. Not currently accepting trades. Sold as is. 1 magazine included.
Selling a T3 lite stainless steel rifle in 30.06, comes with factory scope rings, box and paperwork. It has been fondled, but never fired. At this time no shipping, face to face and a handshake. $600.00 Clint 520-249-1211
This will be my 5th year hunting coues deer. I have been successful 2 of those years using my Remington 700 AAC in .308 with a 20inch barrel. One year was 300 yards and the other was 350 yards. As you can tell from last years picture my set up is quite heavy (13 lbs ready to hunt). It's set up as a target rifle and I want to lighten it up a bit. I am going to be purchasing a tikka t3 lite, hopefully the fluted super lite version. My question is what caliber should I get. I have no preference so anything is fair game. I want to hunt deer and in the future elk up to a max of 600 yards or so. My collection consists of the 308 and an ar15 currently. Do I get another 308 to have ammo commonality or a larger caliber to make it out to 600 yards easier? If a larger caliber which one? Also, what threading is everyone getting on their t3 super lites? If possible I would love to be able to use the suppressor some times. Also I am willing to transfer the scope over or purchase a vortex viper 4-16 x 44. The rifle in the picture is the R700 .308 AAC 20 inch with the vortex viper pst 6-24x50 FFP and YHM .30 cal Ti suppressor.