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Old 11-17-2011, 01:46 AM   #1
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Default My new yote gun, Savage Axis

Savage Axis .223 , reworked trigger , bipod , replacement scope, left the original in the box it looked kinda cheap and might be a good replacement for the one on my .22 . Anyway , here she is

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Old 11-17-2011, 08:22 PM   #2
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Nice riffle

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looks good! enjoy it now!

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Sweet looking

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Not bad at all! You may find that Bushnell (that is a new bushnell Trophy?) Is not quite up to the task. I put a Bushnell Trophy 4-12x42mmAO on my CZ527 Varminter in .223 and it was terrible. I bought a Sightron SII 6.5-20x42mmAO and could not be happier. Glass makes a huge difference.

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Sweet. You will have to keep us posted on how it shoots. I am interested in buying one of these in 22-250 for a "throw in the pickup and bounce around" type gun.

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Sweet. You will have to keep us posted on how it shoots. I am interested in buying one of these in 22-250 for a "throw in the pickup and bounce around" type gun.
That is cruel! I may pick apart the scope, but to a working class guy this maybe a significant purchase. OP, I am sorry for my comments. I hope it works as planned.
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That is cruel! I may pick apart the scope, but to a working class guy this maybe a significant purchase. OP, I am sorry for my comments. I hope it works as planned.
Hey man your not going to hurt my feelings the scope it comes with is a POS, the trophy scope I have is a older model but still new ,I have had it for 7-8 yrs ,I bought it when it was on sale and never bought the gun to go with it and it sat on a shelf in the closet . LOL Its gonna have to do until after Christmas is over then I will have some extra cash for something a little bigger powered scope , I would like to have something with MIL dots in it
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That is cruel! I may pick apart the scope, but to a working class guy this maybe a significant purchase. OP, I am sorry for my comments. I hope it works as planned.
I'm sorry, I didn't really read my own post very well before submitting it. I didn't really mean it as a demeaning statement and I apologize if it came over that way.

What I really meant is that I don't want to go spend $1000 for a gun with a nice wood stalk because I would be using it as a gun I would take in the pickup with me when I go out to my inlaws ranch and it tends to be pretty rough out there. I would hate to scratch up a nice wood like that. If I could find a good synthetic for a good price that shoots good, I would be all over it. I have heard some really good things about the Axis guns so I think it would be something that would totally work for what I want it for. You kinda know what I mean?
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I'm sorry, I didn't really read my own post very well before submitting it. I didn't really mean it as a demeaning statement and I apologize if it came over that way.

What I really meant is that I don't want to go spend $1000 for a gun with a nice wood stalk because I would be using it as a gun I would take in the pickup with me when I go out to my inlaws ranch and it tends to be pretty rough out there. I would hate to scratch up a nice wood like that. If I could find a good synthetic for a good price that shoots good, I would be all over it. I have heard some really good things about the Axis guns so I think it would be something that would totally work for what I want it for. You kinda know what I mean?
mrb1982, if you are interested, Marlin has the XS7VH in 22-250, has heavy, 26" varmint barrel and synthetic stock. i paid $370 for mine, NIB. pretty accurate. mine is the 308. just something to think about.
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