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Anyone own a Savage 93 17FV

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mnhntr, Apr 26, 2012.

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  1. mnhntr

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    How does it shoot?
     
  2. Texas-Sgt

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    I own a BTVS, on a calm day it'll shoot sub MOA at 100yds easily.
     
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    BTVS also same results. It put 10into 1/2" @ 50. Left overs of three boxes tnt, vmax, and fmjs.
     
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    moa. on a calm day.
     
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    I've got one with a gray laminate stock. Shoots great, 1" at 100 easily, 1.5" if it's breezy.
     
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    I wish I had never bought it................
     
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    from a bipod on a calm day I can put 10 shots into a small apple at 225 yards and sub moa at 100, IMO it has a rough action and I hate the magazines but they are good shooting guns
     
  8. History.Doc

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    I'm not quite that good but I can get 6-8/10 shots in a group that size at 200 yards.
     
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    And I agree with what you wrote about the action and the magazines.
     
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    .750 inch groups at 100 yards with 20gr hornady with little wind. Action and magazine work great does require few rounds for break in, model 93 BTV.
     
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    Half-MOA with XTP's.
     
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