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    Default Re: Swaro ATS80 HD Playing in the Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by Broz View Post
    Damn hard to justify. But I seem to make the trip through all the less expensive stuff and in the end buy Swaro. I can't go out and buy it all at once, but I have sold off a few rifles to get better pieces I will hunt with. The plan is to get down to 6 rifles and some good optics. 2 light carry rifles, 2 heavy long range rifles and two pretty guns. hopefully all with aftermarket barrels.

    Jeff
    l guess we only get what we can afford at the time.. but long term maybe we need to just bite the bullet and get the good stuff first off.
    l'm thinking of getting a Z6 or top quality scope and 3 sets of Near bases and use it on several rifles. Makes it easier to justify
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    Default Re: Swaro ATS80 HD Playing in the Rain

    Quote Originally Posted by 7mm-300Wby View Post
    l guess we only get what we can afford at the time.. but long term maybe we need to just bite the bullet and get the good stuff first off.
    There's a lot of merit to the phrase, "if you buy the best, you only cry once."

    By the time you factor in initial purchase price, loss from trade-in's, loss from use, loss from time spent, loss of opportunities with poor products, and overall satisfaction, you'll find that you would've been much better off financially buying the best at the onset of the process.
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