What is a Savage Model 16?
The Model 16 Lightweight Hunter, part of Savage’s Specialty Series, is for hunters looking for lightweight plus the added weather resistance offered by synthetic and stainless steel construction at an attractive price.
Is a savage 270 a good gun?
It’s not pretty and certainly not extravagant in any way. But it will shoot straight and bring down a deer at 300 yards, perhaps further if you have a better scope and a more skilled shooter. If you need a simple rifle to complete a simple task, the Savage 110 in . 270 is the perfect rifle for you.
What is the difference between a savage 110 and Axis?
The difference in the recoil lug is, on the Axis, the lug is in the stock and fits into a slot machined in the bottom of the barrel. On the 10/110, its a part tightened down between the barrel nut and the action. The threads and barrel nuts are the same.
How much does a savage 270 Win cost?
Category (a-z) Category (z-a) Best match Time Listed (Newest first) Time Listed (Oldest first) Price (Highest first) Price (Lowest first) (57281) New Savage Axis XP chambered in 270 Win. This bolt action rifle has a 22″ blued carbon steel barrel, a Mossy Oak Break Up Country camo synthetic stock with a vented recoile… (read more)
What kind of deer can a savage 270 WSM shoot?
As far as the 270 wsm goes a member on here BigNGreen has had great sucess shooting a savage based 270 wsm look at some of his posts for info. Both of my hunting partners have them and we have taken some nice mule deer and elk with them 2 of the 3 are mod 70 wins and the other is a browning a bolt all 3 shoot great.
How big is a Savage Model 16 rifle?
As can be seen the Model 16 Lightweight Hunter has been built to be just that, which means easy to carry and fast to handle, so ideal for mountain hunters, those who like back packing or long stalks and shooting from blinds or vehicles. The short-action gun weighs 5lbs 10oz and the long-action 6 lbs.
Is the Remington Model 12 Savage a good rifle?
My friend has a new model 12 LRP, I think it is model 12, in a 260 Remington. That rifle is heavy as hell, but it shoots very well. It is 1moa with factory rounds and easily .5 or less with hand loads. I just don’t think you can really go wrong with the savages. They are not pretty and smooth like the Sako, Tikka, and Rems but they shoot.