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Savage Carry

Consultant (age 44)
US
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really nice rifle! I'm undecided if to buy this or the ruger gunsite...
Thanks. I've now added a Lantac Dragon muzzle brake and Harris bipod. This rifle is extremely accurate and has a great trigger. It's easily a 1/2 MOA rifle and was touched the realm of 1/4 MOA but it's quite there yet. For price you create beat it to get into long range shooting. As it sits now it's a $1200 rifle. Compared to my DN Herstal SPR A4 which is a $4480 rifle as it sits the Savage can hang with it out to 800 meters. After 800 meters the Savage slightly be go to open up. At 1000 the Savage shot a 5.76" group while the FN has shot a 2.61" group. Both groups were 3 shot groups. In my opinion buy the Savage. It's only weakness out of the box like all entry-level models is the stock. This can be fixed with a quality precision stock for about $600. While the Ruger Gunsite is a nice rifle it just isn't a long range rifle.
Wow. Let proofread it this time. LOL. Now without typos. Thanks. I've now added a Lantac Dragon muzzle brake and Harris bipod. This rifle is extremely accurate and has a great trigger. It's easily a 1/2 MOA rifle and was touched the realm of 1/4 MOA but it's quite there yet. For price you can't beat it to get into long range shooting. As it sits now it's a $1200 rifle. Compared to my FN Herstal SPR A4 which is a $4480 rifle as it sits. The Savage can hang with it out to 800 meters. After 800 meters the Savage slightly begins to open up. At 1000 the Savage shot a 5.76" group while the FN has shot a 2.61" group. Both groups were 3 shot groups. In my opinion buy the Savage. It's only weakness out of the box like all entry-level models is the stock. This can be fixed with a quality precision stock for about $600. While the Ruger Gunsite is a nice rifle it just isn't a long range rifle.
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