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duddie10 01-14-2013 02:52 PM

new to the forum 17vs17
 
Hey every one. Alittle about me cuz im new to the forum been shooting since i was 6yrs old. Ive been reloading for about 2 years now. Looking to get into a 17hmr now which one would you buy anf any pros and cons of them. I was looking to get either a marlin 917vs or the savage mark2 both with the heavy barrel and adj 2 stage trigger. Thanks guys.

JAnderson 01-14-2013 03:10 PM

I have a friend with the savage and a cousin with the marlin. Both are fun and accurate, i dont think you can go wrong with either. If you can spare a little more money I would consider the Ruger 77/17 as well

ccrow175 01-14-2013 04:49 PM

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I have the marlin 917 and I love it.its a tack driver straight out of the box

duddie10 01-14-2013 06:06 PM

Thats so nice who makes that one and where did u get the stock for it?

ccrow175 01-14-2013 06:12 PM

Its just a marlin 917 heavy barrel, the stock is a Boyds tacticool. I duracoated it magpul fde. Boyds sells them for 99 bucks, or midway sells them unfinished for 75 I think. Its a great upgrade to the rifle. There's not a lot of other stocks inletted for the marlin, but im happy with the Boyds.

duddie10 01-14-2013 07:29 PM

Thats awsome and suck a cheap upgrade. Looks so good im def going to look into it now.

mrt8110 01-14-2013 07:29 PM

new to the forum 17vs17
 
They are both good rifles. the .17Savage Model is called the 93R 17.I have a 93R17 in .17 and a Mark II in .22 did I say they were awesome!:) Cliff

ccrow175 01-14-2013 07:32 PM

Yeah, the stock makes a world of a difference, I use my 17 as a trainer rifle for my 308.

duddie10 01-18-2013 12:32 PM

So i got to put the savage 93r and the marlin 917 side by side yesterday at cabelas. I really like them both. The savage seems to have a nicer trigger than the marlin. But the marlin has suck a nice oak stock and the bluing is pristine.

ccrow175 01-18-2013 04:37 PM

If you ever have plans of changing the stock out on the marlin, make sure you get the one with the wood stock. The synthetic has a built in trigger guard, so when you go to replace the stock, you'll have to order a new trigger guard from marlin. Can't go wrong with the marlin or savage. I have the marlin and its a tack driver. I chose to duracoat the barreled action though, I prefer matte over blueing


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