Originally Posted by tillygti6
as above really, ive seen a lovely looking rn10 that has had a recent rebuild and reg service. are they any good? how old are they? and are they particularly sought after?
As Steve mentioned above although old (I shoot a Mk2 Rn10 dating from 1996 with a Mk3 reg, look for 7 grooves as this reg is far better than the original Mk1&2 regs) accuracy wise, and if serviced and looked after reliability wise they are as good as anything else. Parts are available and repairs are easy as these rifles are well understood. Yes modern rifles lock times are a little quicker if anything but this soon stops being an issue.