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MUSKYMAN1011

Left Handed Bolt ?

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I am a lefty. There isn't a whole lot of our rifles. I have bought two savages and both are varmit rigs and they shoot good. I believe that they offer one. Go on the computer and visit all of their wedsites and dig around that way you know what you can get and from who.

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I shoot with a right hand bolt, but shoot left handed and after 40 years I am pretty good and fast with it. Last year I got a triple header. 7mm mag remington.

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My wife is left handed, and I bought her a right handed bolt action a couple years ago, she shot a left handed one not to long ago and said she would much rather shoot a rh bolt rather then the left handed one.

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muskyman,

might want to look at remington, im also south paw and the selection isnt quite as great as for right handers ,i got a remington model 700 CDL left hand sweet gun in my opinion.

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muskyman,

might want to look at remington, im also south paw and the selection isnt quite as great as for right handers ,i got a remington model 700 CDL left hand sweet gun in my opinion.

What Caliber?

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musky,

i got mine in 300 ultramag, but they carry them in .223 caliber upto the 300 ultramag, including a 25-06.

just check there web site under left hand firearms. theres also a 700 xcr which is synthetic stock w/ stainless barrels.

let me know what you think.

mike

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