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Old 06-13-2012, 10:18 PM   #11
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What does a cc permit have to do with a Savage Axis? CC is for handguns only, How do you carry your Axis consealed?
Never said I'm concealing a riffle. Meant I have to wait to take it home, If I had a concealed weapons permit I could have taken it the same day. And I think I know a ccw is for handguns.
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Maybe referring to a waiting period after purchase?
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Old 06-20-2012, 11:43 PM   #13
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Just picked up my savage axis. Can't wait to shoot it this weekend.

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you made a good choice in rifle and caliber for a first rifle. i too, would suggest a 22 rimfire rifle to start with. but you have already bought it, so enjoy it. the 243 doesn't have a lot of recoil and is a good first centerfire rifle caliber for a beginner. it's what i started on when i was about 10 or 11 years old. it's also a good versatile caliber for a beginner, as you can use lighter weight bullets and varmint hunt or target shoot, or go heavier and still deer hunt with it. i have shot the Savage Axis in 243 of a friend. yes it's pretty accurate.
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I think I'm still going to buy a .22 to save money on ammo because the .243 isn't to cheap for a practice rifle. I read that it doesn't have much recoil so its good for me sense I'm not used to it. pretty happy I've gotten a couple people say its a good first rifle.
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Finally took my rifle to the range shot real nice. Glad I bought it just need to adjust the scope.
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That just does not sound kosher.
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