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remington aac sd, or savage precision carbine?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by 12guagecody, Feb 3, 2013.

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  1. 12guagecody

    12guagecody Member

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    Trying to choose between the remington aac as and the savage precision carbine, I plan on heavily modifying it, little by little, so I'll shoot it in the factory configuration for a while- thoughts? Pros cons concerns value aftermarket support? Any wisdom to help with my choice
     
  2. C-grunt

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    I prefer Remington but both will work well.
     
  3. TurtlePhish

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    The Remington has more aftermarket support.
     
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    Heavily modifying means Remington.

    What is going to be the final goal?
     
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    No, it doesn't.

    It would help to know the OP's primary uses and desired goals (and budget)...as there are LOTS of different model Savages, to say nothing of their ease of user customization.
     
  6. jogar80

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    I would go with Remington.
     
  7. chaser_2332

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    One isn't better the other, both have a ton of aftermarket support. Pick the one you like the best and roll with it
     
  8. Cal-gun Fan

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    Well really, how much modding do you need to do on a bolt gun anyhow? The Savage seems like it'd be fine, probably more accurate out of box too.
     
  9. 12guagecody

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    The accustock seems ok but not adjustable, which I want, is the savage compatible with a mcree stock?
     
  10. chaser_2332

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    Yea mcree makes a savage chassis
     
  11. 12guagecody

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    I've read that because the accustock savages have the bolt release built onto the trigger guard so you can't change the bottom metal, is that correct?
     
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