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    Dream Time SVD at a dream price!

    Might very well be a one of a kind. Out of the 100 imported, how many are still new, in box, with all accessories?

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=397619615

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    Yeah, I would call that a dream price.

    Only in my dreams...
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    Those are things for collectors. I have a buddy that had one of those, he shot it, I shot it. It wasn't all that and a bag of chips for accuracy. Any stock M1A would out shoot it. Kicked like an MF too. Honestly for that money you could buy a crap load of suppressors, ammo, SBR's or even 1 good full auto.

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    Yep, have to be a pure collector to enjoy this at the price it sold for.

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    "Those are things for collectors. I have a buddy that had one of those, he shot it, I shot it. It wasn't all that and a bag of chips for accuracy. Any stock M1A would out shoot it. Kicked like an MF too. Honestly for that money you could buy a crap load of suppressors, ammo, SBR's or even 1 good full auto."

    Ok I'm getting worried about you now......

    Let me tell you what this rifle does with 7n1 54r at 100 yrds......it will put a whole through a whole all day long or 7/16" moa...at 250 yrds 1.25" all day long at 300 yrds 2.75" all day long. At 880 yrds it do 8" center mass all day long. As a military sniper rifle they are surprisingly accurate.....the .308 version is amazing and tested above the PSG1...it's all about skill, optics, ammo and surprisingly having a great day at the range. So yes, I do disagree with your findings as some days are good and sometimes I even wonder why I even came out to the range, they have improved the original 7n1 load for the newer design.
    Last edited by Gunsmoke; 07-04-2015 at 07:29 AM.

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