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Thinking I need one. Which model should I look at? No hunting. Will use it on the bench with a rest. Want a heavy barrel, no sights will use a scope. I have a CZ but it has a sporter stock, find it to light. Any suggestions ?
If I had to do it over again I would go with a single shot 54. As it were, I went with a 1710 HB, which is a 54 repeater. It's still a nice rifle, though.
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Yep, suggest a 1411.

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Like this 1411 I just got, of pristine 1966-vintage. Some of pics below.

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And some additional pics of the 1411 below.

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Thank you, Gerald, I am really anxious to try it out. I've mount a scope on it first, just to see how well it shoots (and which ammo it likes best), and then I plan to revert to the aperture sights. I substituted a Gehmann adjustable iris for the rear peep, and replaced the OE globe front with a Centra; both of those items I had on the shelf so ready to go. The gentleman I bought it from (via the Trading Post here), said it shoots very well. The pics are from him. I have always preferred sporters, but this 1411 is so exceptional, I just went with it.

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Anschutz 1411

That's a Very nice looking Rifle. And it looks to have the Hair Trigger.
I bet it's going to shoot very well.
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I already have 2 of those 1411 they are in very good condition but yours is pristine. If you ever decide to sell: let me know.
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YOU Will LIKE THAT 1411

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Thank you, Gerald, I am really anxious to try it out. I've mount a scope on it first, just to see how well it shoots (and which ammo it likes best), and then I plan to revert to the aperture sights. I substituted a Gehmann adjustable iris for the rear peep, and replaced the OE globe front with a Centra; both of those items I had on the shelf so ready to go. The gentleman I bought it from (via the Trading Post here), said it shoots very well. The pics are from him. I have always preferred sporters, but this 1411 is so exceptional, I just went with it.

Doug
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I shoot with Mike and have had the pleasure of being behind the trigger of that rifle one time. She will not DISAPPOINT-- SIR !! Beautiful rifle...enjoy.
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I'd buy the one that ejects.

Sorry, still having problems with my 1761. It will be going back to ANA this week.
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Like this 1411 I just got, of pristine 1966-vintage. Some of pics below.



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Beautiful! I see no wear at all, it's almost 60 years old! They won't make them like that ever again, mine was well used when I bought it twenty years ago,and I have shot it over 20,000 times since then!

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Beautiful 1411, I got a 1407 that was super nice also.

Where were you lucky enough to find this 1411?

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Doug,
I already have 2 of those 1411 they are in very good condition but yours is pristine. If you ever decide to sell: let me know.
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I had a 1411, purchased new in the early 80s. As careful as I was with it, it still picked up some boo-[boos and wasn't as nice as Doug's.
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Thinking I need one. Which model should I look at? No hunting. Will use it on the bench with a rest. Want a heavy barrel, no sights will use a scope. I have a CZ but it has a sporter stock, find it to light. Any suggestions ?
A 1411 is a fine choice. If a new rifle, the 1411’s modern equivalent with a BR-50 U7 stock would be a nice rig.

https://www.anschutznorthamerica.com..._BR50_-U7.html
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