Date registered: Sep 2004
Vehicle: 83 Astral Silver 280 SL
Location: Planet Houston
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RE: anybody any experience with savage
Demon_possessed - 3/2/2006 6:58 PM
don't know my self it supposed to be very well made
comes with their AccuTrigger, 26'' heavy barrel and Choate butt.- not able to find a definite prices or feel for it . i usually buy guns online buy mostly do go into gun stores to check then out and get the feel.
well anyways i will let you know how it goes it does has one spot of surface rust.
i got it for
It's a bench rifle, usually used by reloaders and paper target fanatics.
The Savage lever actions, which were not very expensive rifles (or more properly, carbines) when I was a kid in the '60s, now command premium prices, and I mean like a grand and up. I don't know what a bolt action bencher would bring, but I would guess more than $515. I bet you could drive a tack with that rifle at 300 yards. Someone spent a lot of money on that one. Those benchers become a passion for some people, but you need the whole trip - the dies, presses, (you could use your hashish scale for the powder), bench scope or binoculors, to make it a real fun hobby. You also need the scope, which usually costs three times that of the rifle. The right Springfield scope will set you back $1400. .308 is a standard match round for a lot of prize match competitions - it w3as probably owned by a very serious shooter.
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