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Are the 8351 and 8367 the same rifle except for the stocks?
I'm tempted by the synthetic stock version.
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Old 06-15-2021, 01:03 PM
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Looks that way, except for one is 416 stainless steel and the other is just stainless steel. Both are satin .Prolly a proof reading error.
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Old 06-15-2021, 01:41 PM
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No idea- the target may have a heavier barrel as well. I held a target model in a store, and they are super nice looking/feeling
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Stocks and barrel diameter, 8351 .720, 8367 .860. Most all else the same. KM

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I like the 8367 best except for the tip of the forend.

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I like the 8367 best except for the tip of the forend.

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I'm trying to remember why they made the tip of the fore end that way...I want to say it was for use with shooting sticks.
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One has a bull target barrel. The other has a Predator profile barrel.
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I'm trying to remember why they made the tip of the fore end that way...I want to say it was for use with shooting sticks.

Look for Alexander Henry forend, he was more known for rifling methods. Purpose is debated but shooting sticks and vehicle mount retention often pop up. Bill Ruger Is a modern ere fan of this style forend.


I think the RART stock looks much better with a sporter barrel.
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