Kidd Ultra Light Weight vs Feddersen (Feddersen at $85 less)

Winny94

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Looking for some opinions. Im putting together a precision-esque rifle w/ a Summit receiver. I dont mind the weight of a full steel barrel, nor do I NEED 1/2" 50yd accuracy (although its nice). 3/4" -1" would suffice for the most part. Will be used for range plinking, and maybe some NRL22 type competitions if they make their way towards my neck of the woods. Is the Kidd $85 better than the Feddersen? (to answer any question on the price difference im getting - the kidd would need to be threaded $203 and I have a buddy who bought a Feddersen for a build but never used it who'd sell it for abbout $120). I'd like to get away with shooting Eley Edge price level of ammo if possible.

Thanks for any opinions

 
Sep 16, 2009
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1/2moa all day long at 50?
That is just over 1/4”. Going to take some top end ammo with low SD to maintain standard over long term.
 
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I really like my KIDD ultra light. It is extremely accurate. It also shoots very fast so not too quiet suppressed. Even with most match type ammo.
 
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Bunny Shooter

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Have a Kidd ULW & I love it. Light, very accurate, fires all ammo very well including CCI Std. which is cheapest .22lr ammo I can get here in Rep. of Ireland. Main uses of the rifle are rabbit hunting, Gallery rifle & general fun shooting.
 
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