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Old 07-09-2011, 11:06 PM   #1
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so i have a savage semi .22. and its okay for plinking or as just having a 22 around for someone to shoot. my model does not have an accutrigger .but i would like to eventually get a.243 i was curious if the savage with accutrigger is a better quality, accurate rifle. and does the trigger really that much better?

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Old 07-09-2011, 11:10 PM   #2
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I have a savage 17hmr with the accutrigger and it is a sweet trigger. I first looked at a savage that did not have the accutrigger and rejected it immediately and tried the one with the accu and bought it on the spot. The difference was night and day.

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I have a pair of .243's, one with the accutrigger and one with the accutrigger II
The II is a lot nicer.
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I dont have a that trigger on my 308 how much do you think to get on put in?.

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I dont have a that trigger on my 308 how much do you think to get on put in?.
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ok will do thanks alot fot the phone #.

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there close to 7 18

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JJ,

Keeping it short and sweet! Yes the AccuTrigger is a fine trigger and certainly does improve accuracy without a doubt!
*Worth It!
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I've got a Model 10 with accutrigger and accustock. Not sure how it would shoot without those features but it's definitely a tack driver!

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I have a model 10 .308 w/ the accutrigger for my primary hunting rifle (I am tough on my hunting rifles..throw it in the back of the truck, riding on the ATV, hiking tough terrain, etc.) and it has been great. I dont like to treat my Remmy 700 the way I am able to treat the savage that was less than half of the cost of the Remington.

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