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What is the BEST Rifle under $100,000 ?  


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Ed, they still have to make that one......

George Washington’s saddle pistols: $1,986,000

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This set of saddle pistols were originally given to Washington by his French ally Marquis de Lafayette and were used by Washington all through the Revolutionary war. The pistols feature beautiful gold inlays and detailed rococo carvings that make the pistols just as much a work of art as they are weapons. After Washington’s death these pistols eventually fell into the possession of President Andrew Jackson who cherished them for most of his life before gifting them back to Washington’s family. In 2002 the pistols were sold at a Christie’s Americana auction for a record breaking $1,986,000 dollars. The buyer was the Richard King Mellon Foundation who then donated the pistols to the Fort Ligonier historic site and museum just outside of Pittsburg.

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The VO Falcon Rifle is the most expensive rife in the world, and not only is it brilliantly crafted, but it has a take-down system which allows the shooter to use several different calibers.

The only catch is the price, and at $820,000 that’s one hell of a catch, unless you have millions to throw away.

And at that point… why are you using it on a hunting rifle? This particular sporting rifle was manufactured at VO Vapen in Fjälkinge, Sweden, and was inspired by falconry traditions in Arabian.

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 The one that is within arm's reach when needed most.
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Don't know if it's the best rifle, but about 10 years ago the FG 42 sold for about 100 grand. it fires from the open bolt in full auto and the closed bolt in semi, and it was in 8mm Mauser.
Now they sell for up to 300 grand. Damn good rifle if you ask me.
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