Does a Remington 700, 22-250 Have a use in Alaska

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  • shimano 33
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    I would love to have one for sniping marmots of rocks. Just cant justify buying one...until I can no longer find 22 (rimfire) ammoroud:

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  • tabmarine
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    Originally posted by 4merguide View Post
    :ditto:

    Oh, and I don't ever think I've considered the 06' a "small" round......lol
    Not comparing the 06 to the 22-250 just that I had another 700.

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  • 4merguide
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    :ditto:

    Oh, and I don't ever think I've considered the 06' a "small" round......lol

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  • Bill S.
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    Its an excellent varmint or furbearer round. Longer range for calling in those critters.

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  • Does a Remington 700, 22-250 Have a use in Alaska

    I have aquired a Remington 700 22-250 after a good buddy passed. Nice gun, heavy barrel,beautiful wood stock.
    As I consider which guns are needed/practical for Alaska I wonder if this is a keeper or not. Does this extemely fast small
    round have a place up there? I already have a 700 in 30-06 and an AR (another fast small round). :think:

    I would appreciate your comments


    Wishing all of you a very Merry Christmas

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