Those fv-sr's are great shooters . With that 4 power scope you will not be able to see it full potential for accuracy. Spread those rings out a bit too. Use all the lenght the base can give you. With the right ammo and enought scope can will shoot sub-MOA groups at 100 yards. I have a 6-24 scope on my savage. If you want a better stock check at Boyds - http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/Boyds-Tacticool-for-Savage-93-MKII-s/161.htm
Ammo- cci-standard, federal 711b, 922a, wolf/sk for some to try for more accurate shooting or hunting . Don't dry fire . You can let the tension off the firering pin by raiseing the bolt then pulling the trigger and letting the bolt back down and not hurt anything .
Clean the action, the bolt face lube the bolt and clean the chamber. leave the bore alone till accuracy just simply drops off. The barrel bore ?? not so much cleaning is needed. It will take a 200 to 500 hundred rounds fired to settled down to shoot its best. The hv or hyper velocity ammo is not as accuate over all as standard velocity ammo. Even at long range. And there is no best .22lr ammo. Enjoy your new rifle.