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    Quote Originally Posted by IheartTedNugent View Post
    Thats what I am saying!!!!!

    Anyway, to answer Pascal's question: I dont own a bolt action rifle and have wanted one, thats the reason I didnt go with the autoloader.
    Amen, brother! Have you settled on a rifle yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Amen, brother! Have you settled on a rifle yet?
    Yes. I believe I am going to go with the Savage.

    I have read good reviews and a close friend of mine is going to go with me to purchase the same gun.

    Will post some pics and give a review on this thread in a couple weeks.

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    Nice gun, i happen to have the older model without the accutrigger and its a good shooter. Have you seen the MP5 .22 clone the GSG5? I think im gonna pick one of those up when i see one here in my local gun shop. Enjoy the rifle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Man View Post
    Nice gun, i happen to have the older model without the accutrigger and its a good shooter. Have you seen the MP5 .22 clone the GSG5? I think im gonna pick one of those up when i see one here in my local gun shop. Enjoy the rifle!
    I'm on the "wait list" for the GSG-5. Should be here in a few weeks for the "bargain price" of $400.



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    "A few well placed shots with a .22LR is a lot better than a bunch of solid misses with a .44 mag!" Glock Armorer, NRA Chief RSO, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleloading Rifle, Muzzleloading Shotgun, and Home Firearm Safety Training Counselor

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    Well, Nug, have you purchased the rifle yet? Do you have any pics? If your wife were a good wife, she'd have bought it for you as your wedding gift

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Fan View Post
    I'm on the "wait list" for the GSG-5. Should be here in a few weeks for the "bargain price" of $400.



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    How'd you pull that price off? Thats a really good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Man View Post
    How'd you pull that price off? Thats a really good deal.
    I send a lot of business to this gun shop through the various firearms courses I teach. The shop owner asked if I was planning on using the rifle as a training aid in one of my classes. My response was the usual "All of my guns get their turn as a training aid." He then offered to knock a bit off of the price and move me to the front of the line.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Well, Nug, have you purchased the rifle yet? Do you have any pics? If your wife were a good wife, she'd have bought it for you as your wedding gift
    I have not unfortunatley.

    And you are right, maybe I didnt marry the right woman since she didnt get me a cool present

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    Savage are extremely accurate in their bigger calibers like the 270 in particular. I havent shot any of the bolt action rimfires. I'm sure the same apply's with them too. If you ever do decide to get an autoloader consider the marlin. They are a little less than the ruger. But are extremely accurate. I can vouch for that one.

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    I've shot a savage 500 .22 bolt (I think that was the model) off a bench and managed a 3/4" group at 50 yards on non-match grade ammunition.

    They are waaaayyyy more accurate than I am
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