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Anybody have experiences with Savage's .22s? Looking at there left handed bolt heavy barrel. Accutrigger's not mentioned so I'll assume its not there.

http://www.savagearms.com/markiiglv.htm

For about the price of getting my 10/22 "fixed up" I can have another gun...besides the 10/22 was a gift from the gramps so I just assume leave it as is. (good sparrow/squirrel/coon memories in that thing)
 

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Someone handed me a Savage .22 on the firing line a week ago. It seemed to be a well balanced rifle, and probably fairly accurate, but I can't remember anything more about it, not even a designation. There was an SKS-D on the line as well, so guess where my eyes went. :roll:
 

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I own the Savage MK-II BV (actually it was designated as LV when I purchased it, but its the same rifle). It has a grey laminate stock and heavy barrel. I absolutely love this gun. With a 9X scope @ 100 yards, prone position off a bipod, I was hitting groups the size of a quarter or smaller. This was using .22LR Remington Thunderbolts, and no wind. I am quite impressed with the accuracy. However, my biggest complaint is the plastic trigger guard. Also, the original magazine the came with the rifle has a side to side wobble when it is attached. This does not affect the guns performance however. The other magazine is nice and snug with no side to side wobble. I would imagine your model gun would have equal performance in accuracy. If you want info. specific to that model, try http://www.rimfirecentral.com/ and post in the Savage forum. You need to register, though. Hope this helps!

Sean :)
 
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