I'll also give a nod to the Savage. I have the standard Walnut stock and it is very accurate (on a calm day). I really like the accutrigger. I am also looking at the new tactical series of .17's from Savage. I copied this pic from their website.
I have a Savage 93. Nice nice shooter. Straight shooter. One of my favorite guns to shoot. Dead on at 100 yards easy.
Another here with the Savage. Got the BSA Sweet 17 on it. Dead nuts nasty at short yardage. No worry's at range as the ballistics fall off dramatically over 150 yds. Very neighborhood friendly. It is an ideal small game, varmint round. You will never pick up the .22 again.
Looks like it. Here's one on GB for $400...
Savage Mark II TR 22LR Rifle (25745)
Now In Stock!. New Savage Mark II RTR 22 LR Rifle. Stock # 25745. This is the newest Savage 22 bolt action rifle and it hits the street as a result of Savage's huge push into the tactical market over the past past few years.
This Savage Mark II TR rifle features a 22" heavy fluted barrel, oversize tactical squared-off bolt handle (the pic above shows the older bolt handle), recontoured target stock & 1-5 round magazine.
This rifle is drilled & tapped for scope mounts. This rifle has been very well received and it looks like Savage has another "winner" on their hands.
If you can get these at a decent price, I'll take one!
- Savage Mark II TR Rifle
- Caliber: 22 LR
- 22" Heavy Fluted Barrel
- Recontoured Target Stock
- Oversize Tactical Bolt Handle
- Stock # 25745
Got my .17HMR in yesterday!!! Here is pictured next to a R700 Police in .300WM ::
Alexader Arms makes .17hmr Ar-15
Savage makes a 5.7mm bolt action.
Any effort to rationalize the use of this revolver in a serious combative scenario is evidence of intellectual bankruptcy.
Yeah I saw, the AA .17hmr upper is soooo expensive. I wouldn't be opposed to picking up the savage 5.7 BA
I have one. Savage 93. LOVE IT. So smooth to shoot. Great varmint gun.
So yo picked up a .17hmr rifle and a FN FiveSeven within a couple days of eachother?
"Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter."
Ernest Hemingway, April 1936
The sheep pretend the wolf will never come; but the sheepdog live for that day.