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    Savage 10 TR details???

    Savage 10TR .308 20" Threaded/capped barrel & a detachable flush mount 4rd magazine model.

    Anyone know more about it?? Does it have an accustock?

    Looks like it has a different type of tactical bolt handle?

    I assume it has the bottom bolt release???

    Is the 5R barrel good? I assume standard 308 muzzle break would work?

    If you take off the accustock recoil pad, I assume the action would fit any other short action DBM stock?

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    Found out from photos it does have an accustock.

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    What makes it an accustock?

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    Accustock decal! Don't you hang out at the Creedmoor forum?

    Actually Accustock has an additional bolt ahead of the front magazine, this tightens a wedge into the recoil lug, as far as I can figure out.






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    That stock does is not the same one that I saw on the Savage 10 TR pictures. That is the Shot show display stock. I am reading that it does have an accustock on the hide though.
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    Here is a photo someone had posted on what the 10 TR looks like. It comes in a 5R 20 and 24 inch barrels. They look about Varmit contour, or Tactical.

    I bought one Saturday on line. Hasn't shipped yet as far as I know. I plan on selling the barrel, the tactical bolt handle and the accustock with recoil and wedge.

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    There's a similar rifle to the 10TR called the 10P (not FP). The 10P is basically identical (308, BA bolt knob, DBM w/ bottom bolt release) and comes with 20" unthreaded or 18" threaded models.

    JoeBobOutfitters has them in stock, and they are often on Gunbroker as well.

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    The 10 TR is plain beautiful to me. I would really like to put a real good (Weatherby?) muzzle brake and shoot 308 all day long.

    Unfortunately the 6.5 Creedmoor is just a tiny bit above my limit. Even with a Shilen bull barrel and heavier stock, I still yip at times. I have actually shot better at 200 yards than 100 due to factors like shoulder pain that day. That leaves the 308 to my younger brother who has a beautiful police sniper rifle (Savage). But he shoots one round for every 200 I shoot. I doubt he has shot 15 rounds through his 308, I had 63 through the stock Creedmoor sporter barrel and am up to another 200 through the Shilen.

    think I got the photos over at the Hide too, good stuff there. I just started shooting rifles in Jan 2012, at 65 I enjoy the time at the range. Learn something every day.

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    That very stock came in two different configurations. Accustock and non accustock. My basic research based on hearsay says this one is an accustock. I have no way of proving it though. Very handsome rifle for a tacticool tool. What did you pay if you don't mind me asking?

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    I take it the 10P is not the same as the 10 Precision Carbine?

    It looks like the 10P does not have an accustock and is nearly $150 more expensive (at least at JoeBobs). $620 for a 10P vs. $450-470 for a 10TR.

    Both the 10P and 10TR have 5R rifling, I thought only Krieger did 5R

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    Remington M24 has 5R rifling.

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    Just read that on the Krieger site.

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    The later Accustocks got rid of the wedge shaped bolt that early ones had and now only have the aluminum insert/cradle in the stocks that is shown in red in the pictures.

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    Well I will take photos when mine gets here. I assume the recoil pad is still different?

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    I just want to know as many details before i order one

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