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 Seeing as how the picture post is 47 pages and growing I thought I would post up just Savages that live in my safe.
 
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  First is an old 20 guage pump.
 Second is a single shot 20 guage.
 Third is 7mm rem mag 110fple 20" barrel.(waiting for a custom thumbhole in yellow/black.
 Fourth 22-250
 Fifth model 10 fple 223.
 Sixth model 112 vlp 25-06.
 Seventh model 10fple 308.
Eighth model 11 243.
 Nineth model 12 223
 Tenth markII 22lr
 There are still a few more I want to either build or find.
 These don't count the shot guns or hand guns. My wife thunks I'mLoco
 
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you seriously need to add at least one 99...... and maybe more!
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How cool!! Thanks for sharing those great pics!  
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Now that's a bunch of Savages.........
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So what do you have against Savages? LOL  Nice collection my friend
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savage collection of rifles
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 I have my eye on a 99 that is like brand new trying to talk the dealer down a little.
 
 SVT now you can see why I always say out of the box accuracy is second to none. I have had others but always trade at a loss and come back, now I just buy the Savage and work on it. I almost always buy the cheap stock and replace it with a laminate.When the stock comes in for the 7mm I'll turn it around so you can see the bolt and handleWink.
 Maybe I'll do my colts next there are 9-10 of them in the safe. Plus the Bushmaster and a bunch of shot guns.
 There isn't anymore room but a new safe is being delivered tomorrow, so I get to start again.
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Next high power may be a savage but who knows with me, I may head up into Kickboxer/treeslaying caliber size first.
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Originally posted by Ed Connelly Ed Connelly wrote:

Now that's a bunch of Savages.........
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"F-ing Savages!"  Laugh 
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Nice rifles. Poor background.
 
Small tip...take a blanket and cover the background etc. Or take the rifles outside, your lounge etc and the same pics would look great.
 
No harm intended, just a friendly pointer for future pics.
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the blanket trick does "set if off" nicely!
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Originally posted by rjtfroggy rjtfroggy wrote:

 I have my eye on a 99 that is like brand new trying to talk the dealer down a little.
 


Do tell........... what caliber........ what vintage?  I love me some 99s.

Although I have traded a few of my less desirable ones for newer guns for my sons... I still have a 99 in .300 and three 1899s in .25-35, .30-30 & .303 Savage.  These were my Dad's and I won't ever get rid of them.

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 8Shots I don't know the temperatures in South Africa but when I snapped the pics here in Ct. it was 25*F just a little cool to bring them all outside for pictures, besides my deck was covered in SNOW.
 I should have threw up a blanket for back ground but tobe honest I never thought about it. Oh well hind sight is 20/20.
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rj, no problem, just a suggestion for next time.
 
We are the exact opposite here, with temps running at 100*F and hotter!!!
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 Tip it is a mid sixties gun in 250 sav. I might bite the bullet and just buy it for the safe to go along with the rest.
 The real problem is finding a striker in decent shape plus anyone who has one thinks it is made of gold and are asking double the original msrp..
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250 Savage is a great deer round.  When my Dad passed away (3 yrs ago March 7th) he still had his 250....... I didn't get that one... I think it went to the step-kids Cussing
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You've GOT to do something about that radio... It is WAAAAYYYYY too loud...
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 Kickboxer I had that as a teen ager(now 58) and it still works like it did when it was new. American made too. Keep it around for when the power goes out so I can at least listen to the news or some fool trying to sell something.
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Smith and Wesson IBolt with Falcon Menace 4-14 x 44




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Saiga .223 AK47 Tapco stock and grip ncstar "commie star" scope.


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Saiga 7.62 x 39 AK47 Tru glo 2x red dot.


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nice toys Neilbilly. and did you pick out the comfortor?

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LOL SVT

Thanks man. I did have some little input on the comforter, but not a lot. As soon as my wife said...oohh this one is shiney, I knew I was screwed. It could have been a lot worse. Big Smile

I like the Saiga's because they function flawlessly and shoot any junk ammo I care to feed them. Not tack drivers by any stretch, but at 50-100 yards they do as well I had hoped.

The IBolt is a .30-06 and will be my new large game hunting rifle. "retiring the old 788 Remington and Winchester model 100 .308's" One was my dad's, the other his dad's so I'll never sell em, just keeping them in the back of the safe and oiled up.
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