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Shot today, five round group from my new .22lr rifle.  Here is the rifle ( Picture from Savages website)

MARK-II%20FVT%20with%20Peep%20Sights
 
Shooting CCI MiniMags, heres the group from 50 yards. (sorry for the sh*tty pic)  I dropped one too.  Shots were off the bench with a Harris bipod and rear sock. 
 
Anyone looking for an accurate 22 needs to get this one.
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Head%20BangPeople forget how much fun it is to play with .22s.
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Man, that looks like a keeper there my friend.   Thunbs%20Up
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Good shooting with the aperture sights and the MiniMags.

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Savage seems to be doing things right. You are doing your part too. That makes a good combo. Happy shooting.
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Try a box of Eley Tenex  to see what the rifle can really do!
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I love it when a plan comes together! Good one !!
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Nice work!
You do love those Savages, my friend. Sharp%20Shooter
 
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That makes me want to get out my  22 Ruger pistol and head for the range, 22s are fun and no sore wrist or pocketbook.
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still have my first rifle- a marlin 22 ..will never sell it ... lotsa fun and great practice..thanks for the reminder to dust it off and head to the range this weekend

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Yeah it's alot cheaper, has the same trigger as my .308 and is really accurate.  I figured it was time to get back to the basics and shoot some irons.  Only problem is it's only made with a right hand bolt, and I'm a lefty.  I don't care though it makes little difference when it's a paper and steel dinger puncher.

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Yeah, I saw where that .22 has the Accu Trigger. Cool!
You got me wanting one now!!! Yippee
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Nice shooting, Mithran!
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Great Fun!!   Bandito   nice looking rifle! 
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I meet a friend of mine about once a week at the range. He only gets to shoot once a week, so he always brings a 22 with him in case he runs outta ammo for whatever he brought to shoot. If i'm not working on anything particular I bring an AR-15A2 with a Ceiner 22 conversion kit and shoot whatever crap (rocks, golfballs, shotgun shells, etc.) happens to be on the range. I've chased golfballs from 20 to75 yards with it, from off hand with iron sights. I've never put it on paper because I'm affraid I'd never hit another golfball again.
The only thing golfballs are good for----targets!
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The only thing golfballs are good for----targets!
 
 
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Originally posted by Sgt. D Sgt. D wrote:

The only thing golfballs are good for----targets!
 
 
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+2, I think golf balls may be one of my favorite .22 targets, and my obvious favorite for the .17. Get a pretty good reaction out of a golf ball with a fast ballistic tip. Far better than I do with a golf club.
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I enjoy shooting them with 270 wsm. Only problem is finding them after. They will make a mess if it is the old rubber band type. I left one in a warm truck then it puked all the short strands all over the cab.
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Originally posted by Mithran Mithran wrote:

Shot today, five round group from my new .22lr rifle.  Here is the rifle ( Picture from Savages website)

MARK-II%20FVT%20with%20Peep%20Sights
 
Shooting CCI MiniMags, heres the group from 50 yards. (sorry for the sh*tty pic)  I dropped one too.  Shots were off the bench with a Harris bipod and rear sock. 
 
Anyone looking for an accurate 22 needs to get this one.
 
What a piece of junk! I think you should send it to me, and get a 10/22. Much faster follow up shots. Then I'll shoot the Savage for you so I won't need follow up shots.Big%20Smile Nice work sir.
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No trigger I'll takeone for the team and keep it.Grenade
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You gave me the rimfire bug and NOW I'm wanting one. I'm thinking .17 HMR, scoped though.

My eyes are getting bad and I'm wanting something with a little more ass than a .22 LR.  
 
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This one http://www.savagearms.com/93r17glv.htm
 
I've shot this one too, very accurate.
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Originally posted by Mithran Mithran wrote:

This one http://www.savagearms.com/93r17glv.htm
 
I've shot this one too, very accurate.
 
Thats it!! I've been fondling a LH version over @ Gander Mountain.
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http://www.savagearms.com/markiibtvs.htm  I have one of these comming in this Wed.  I have bought and traded off a couple of 22's in the last few months cause I couldnt get what I thought was a good group out of them.  Last was a stainless Ruger 10-22 and the trigger was horid and the groups were about 4 in at 25yds horid.  Before that I had a stainless Marlin bolt action that was gettin about 2in at 50 yds and I thought that was too loose and traded it off  -- then I shot two boxes out of the ruger and was thinking what has happened to the quality of 22 s.  I remember being able to shoot things like a fishing line on the far side of the river with a Marlin 39a or a 1973 ruger 10-22 wow some of this stuff has turned to crap.  I'm hopeful about the savage, I think the CZ would be a good gun if the trigger was better.
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Cheaptrick lets get together and see if we can get Savage to make a LH Mark II BTVS. Love the looks. I would buy it in a flash.
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