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SHOT Day 2- Savage

Discussion in 'SHOT Show Coverage' started by JShirley, Jan 20, 2011.

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  1. JShirley

    JShirley Administrator Staff Member

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    This .338 Lapua was surprisingly lightweight. We are told recoil is gentle for the round...
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    but that the muzzle blast is fierce. Trade-offs.

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    Has anyone ever expressed the need for a tactical .22?

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    The bolt-action shotgun has the Acu-Trigger, and is therefore smooth and crisp.

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    The Stevens Ithaca-influenced shotguns feel pretty good.
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    I like the Model 350 Security a good bit, and MSRP is a very affordable $279...

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    including useful ghost ring sights...

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    with fiber-optic front sight.

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    The .223 Walking Varminter felt very nice, while still having a heavy enough barrel to feel stable.

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    As tactical as you want to be: in .338 LM and .308. Adjustable for LOP and cheek height.
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    The Scout will now be available in 7.62x39 as well as the current .308!
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