Re: marlin XL7 30-06
I had one for about six months. It was pretty amazing when you consider the price. It shot around an inch with 180 grains, nothing amazing but pretty good for a budget gun IMO. And as mentioned the trigger is excellent at the price point.
I ended up trading it off towards a T3 Tikka in .243 win, which shoots ~ sub .5 inch groups when I can do my part. If it wasn't for the accuracy, i would regret trading the marlin.
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Once you go tikka, you'll never have to say eureka!