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    Suppose you're a newcomer in the arms-making industry - an upstart battling giants that have devoured small competitors. Suppose you've invented an amazing rifle - but no one knows about it. And suppose the rugged men of the American frontier won't even try your rifle because they figure the caliber is too small to slap down a grizzly or an elk. What do you do? You prove that your gun can stop a whale! It's as simple as that. . . if the year is 1900 and if you're as brilliant as Arthur Savage.
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    Published on 04-16-2013 08:10 AM
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    2. Custom Centerfire Builds
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    When it comes to custom rifles it seems everyone has their own idea of exactly what a custom is. Some think changing something as simple as the bolt handle or trigger on an otherwise stock gun makes it a custom. Others feel that at minimum a “custom” has to have at least an aftermarket barrel or stock to warrant the title. Still others feel that to truly be a custom everything except the action itself has to be aftermarket. And last but not least are those who feel that the true definition of a custom means building a rifle completely from scratch using a “custom” ...
    Published on 02-12-2013 02:51 PM
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    2. Centerfire Rifle Reviews
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    First introduced in 2010 as the Savage Edge, the entry level Savage Axis (name changed due to copyright/trademark issues) has taken the shooting world by storm in just a few short years. In fact, last I heard (summer 2012) Savage had sold nearly a quarter million units in two years time which is quite an accomplishment. To put that into perspective, that's 342.5 Axis rifles being sold every single day for two years.
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    Published on 10-11-2012 02:30 AM
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    2. Model 25 Series
    Various parts that make up the Model 25 bolt assembly

    The Savage Model 25 bolt assembly differs from that of the long-standing 110-series model bolt that most people are familiar with. The bolt assembly consists of different parts and the assembly/tear-down procedure is different as well. This article will identify the components that make up the Model 25 bolt assembly and show how to properly assemble/disassemble the assembly.
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    Published on 09-23-2012 07:37 PM
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    2. 110-Series
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    The following diagram shows all of the parts of a Savage Model 10/110 bolt assembly.



    Bolt Head
    Front Baffle
    Spring Washer
    Bolt Head Retaining Pin
    Firing Pin Assembly
    Cocking ...
    Published on 07-18-2012 12:01 PM  Number of Views: 117 
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    2. Bullet Reviews
    Left to right:  Hornady 140gr. A-Max, Lapua 139gr. Scenar,
Sierra 142gr. MatchKing, and Lapua 155gr. Mega

    While putting together our 2005 project rifles, a lot of thought was given to the individual components to be used in the test. While both rifles would be shooting a total of three thousand rounds, care had to be used in selecting a bullet and speed to make sure that both barrels would have consistent results. Many bullet manufacturers were considered, but only a few made the short list.

    The short list, as it were, consisted of Hornady's A-Max, Sierras Match King and Lapua's Scenar. Those three were chosen for various reasons, some of which were the inherent quality of the bullets, the long bearing surface and subsequently high ballistic coefficients, and the boat tail design. The rifles were to be used primarily as long distance rifles, so these factors were necessary ...
    Published on 07-11-2012 09:20 AM  Number of Views: 179 
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    I was very excited when I was given the chance to do a product review on the Savage Mark II BRJ. I have always had a soft spot for rimfires and this one is a real head turner.
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    Published on 07-10-2012 03:54 PM  Number of Views: 7085 
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    Lately there have been a few threads asking about identifying the new or old MKII and 93 actions. Savage used to make two different receivers/actions. One for the MKII (.22lr or .17hm2) and one for the 93 series guns (.22mag or .17hmr). Sometime in the past year or so Savage started making the "E-Receiver". The e-receiver is now used for all of the 4 common rimfire calibers. Here are some pictures that show the past and present guns. ...
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    2003 - Savage introduced their new ACCU-TRIGGER. Besides the trigger change, the receiver now has a round top in the rear scope base area which uses the same base in the rear as in the front. The Weaver #46 base will fit both ends as well as the #402 extension base if you have a need for mounting extremely long or short tube scopes.
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    Published on 04-19-2012 07:28 PM  Number of Views: 151 
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    This is actually the second time I have reviewed a Predator Hunter model in this caliber - the first time being when the Predator Hunter first came out back in the summer of 2007. The only difference was that last time it was a right-hand model with a blind magazine and wearing Mossy Oak Bush camouflage, while this time around it’s a left-hand model with a detachable box magazine (DBM) and RealTree MAX-1 camouflage. ...
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