Curious about your thoughts. A recent video by inRange got me thinking about the topic. Granted, they used vintage bolt action rifles (think KAR-98) in a 2-gun match- so of course they will be "outgunned" by the semis, but in the bigger picture...are bolt guns a relic of a bygone era?
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Absolutely not. They operate on a simple basis, handle super duper high pressure magnum loads, are typically more accurate than any semi-auto loader, are reliable if ran properly and with some practice, tend to be offered in the lightest weight configurations available and are staple of manufactures and hunters. And I like them.
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