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Savage long range hunter info?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by gshipps, Feb 2, 2013.

  1. gshipps

    gshipps Member

    Oct 1, 2010
    Been looking at these rifles. Never laid my little paws on one yet so I'm wondering a couple things. When they say adjustable muzzle brake, what does that really mean? Never have had one and really don't think i have a need for it so can I take it off? Just cover up the threads right?

    And can you get an aftermarket stock for the accustock models?

    I could and will ask at the LGS. But I'm sure they've never had one so the info is a little sketchy. Thanks.
  2. savanahsdad

    savanahsdad Senior Member

    Jul 28, 2012
    the Savage adj. brake can just be truned off , all it is , is a brake with a sleve on it that you trun to block off the holes in the brake ,
    what mod. savage is it ? there are lots of stocks out there for mod.110/111, mod 10/11
  3. browningguy

    browningguy Senior Member

    Jul 21, 2004
    Houston, TX
    I'm not sure why you would want to get rid of the accustock, but if I didn't like that one I would buy a model with the stock I liked. For example if you don't like the adjustable comb on the long range hunter then get the predator hunter instead. Or the Model 12 long range precision, it comes with the HS Precision stock and target accutrigger.
  4. Cee Zee

    Cee Zee member

    Aug 23, 2012
    I've seen a lot of posts about the AccuStock being hard to tune correctly. You have to put the bolts in it just right or it puts the barrel in a bind along with the action. That's what I've read on boards like this one. But that's been a while back now. Could be that problem is gone away. HS Precision has problems of it's own but they deal more with the politics of the company than the stock. The stock is pretty good though. It's not a McMillan but it's better than a Bell And Carlson IMO.

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