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Hey i recieved this rifle as a gift from my grandfather a few years back and i know its a savage mark II but thats about it and i was wondering if anybody could give me the specifics on it?
 

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Not real sure what your after other then its worth is about 100 bucks ive got one the bolt alone is worth more then the rifle
 

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They are pretty accurate 22's that can handle shorts cb long and long rifle ammo just fine. One of the better bang for the buck 22lr bolt guns out there
 

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Well I for one will give you at least a hundred for it. That rifle has an accutrigger which is adjustable. It shoots the .22 long rifle only. It is a very accurate rifle. Enjoy, you will find you will not be able to find another .22 as accurate as yours for the money. Enjoy it, I know U will.:)Cliff
 

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If it has the plastic stock and heavy barrel it is a MKII FV. If it has the light barrel with iron sights it is the F. Boyds makes some very nice stocks for them. Here is a picture of my wife' FV in one of Boyds stocks that has been shortened for her.
 

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It's just a matter of how old the rifle is which receiver it is. Yes there are E receivers and the so called old receivers. You can find a list of the differences between them on this web page. There was no great advantage of the E receiver. Savage was using them on the 93's already and they just decided to put the same receiver on all their rimfire rifles. The main difference you would notice is the E receivers are drilled and tapped for scope mounts while "most" of the old ones weren't.
 

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It's just a matter of how old the rifle is which receiver it is. Yes there are E receivers and the so called old receivers. You can find a list of the differences between them on this web page. There was no great advantage of the E receiver. Savage was using them on the 93's already and they just decided to put the same receiver on all their rimfire rifles. The main difference you would notice is the E receivers are drilled and tapped for scope mounts while "most" of the old ones weren't.
Ok thanks. My grandpa bought it used a couple years back and the gunshop didnt tell us much about it.
 
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