Hunters and sportsmen testify to the accuracy and performance of Savage rifles.
Few manufacturers have the experience to build quality, strength, and dependability
into the action of a centerfire rifle like Savage Arms. Unsurpassed accuracy,
outstanding performance and unbeatable value make Savage rifles America's choice
in sporting rifles. With standard features like free floating, button rifled
barrels, dual pillar bedded stocks and the revolutionary AccuTrigger, no other
manufacturer offers you a wider variety of options in the most popular calibers
to meet all of your hunting and shooting needs. Whatever the caliber you choose,
Savage rifles has the action to match. And Savage rimfire rifles add more fun
to shooting than almost anything else for the money. From casual plinking to
serious hunting, the versatile line of Savage Model rimfire rifles can handle
Savage A22 in WMR is a decent rifle. It is very accurate, I sighted in at 100 yds.
I've used a variety of ammo from 30 to 45gr and all fire and cycle flawlessly. I like the stock, it fits well and is light weight. The accutrigger breaks crisply and
predictably the same every time and is one of the reasons the gun is so fun to
shoot. I put a Leupold VX-2 3-9 scope with high rings and not only lines up perfectly, it is out of the way to remove bolt, disassemble and clean gun. The rotary mags are a pain, but with practice and a good technique, they load ok and snap in to stay. It's nice to have them flush with bottom of stock, also. - DAVID
I had one of these this is a great rifle to hunt with I have drop deer where they stand at 300 feet sitting in a 15 foot stand it's light weight and accurate I'm getting me the same rifle can't go wrong with this Savage hmr 17mm rifle. -
You can't go wrong with this rifle or Able ammo. They didn't have the gun in stock but it only took 2 days to get it in, great customer service. The rifle itself is a nice color with a heavy barrel on it. I've shot around 100 rounds through mine so far with no failure to feeds. The bolt is very smooth after you work it in a bit. Make sure you buy a couple more 5 round mags so you don't have to keep reloading it. This rifle also shoots very well. I was shooting baby peaches about the size of a golf ball easily at 70 yards. Once you start shooting this thing you won't want to shoot anything else. I would highly recommend it to anyone. - GARRETT
As an avid shooter in my late 60\'s, I have owned this gun for a little over a year & target/plink often at my lease. Have probably shot 600 - 700 rds. using 7 different brands of ammo in 17 gr. Two were Hollow Points. The gun is very accurate & impressive, the trigger (set light) is very smooth. The barrel (while warm) shows no real heat problem after running 5 quick shots thru it. I have never had a problem with it. I come from a lot of experience shooting & hand loading 22-250\'s. To me this is just a smaller version and is an excellent shooter in the 100 to 150 yd. range. For a decent shooter, Coyotes will not be a problem. I outfitted it with a Weaver 3X10 Grand Slam. This gun/scope combo is light & easy to carry afield. For around $600. & the cheaper cost of .17 ammo you will have a lot of shooting fun. As to the brand of ammo that shoots best for me...it\'s the Hornady .17 gr. V-MAX.
Happy Huntin\', BB - B. B.
I have had my Savage model 64 F for about a month now. I immediately called the factory and ordered 3 more magazines to go with it when I first bought it. The factory folks are top notch and had my mags at my door in about 4 days. They are part no.3005 to the best of my knowledge. Just tell the lady a 10 rd. mg for the model 64..They run $13 so 3 mags with shipping was only $43. That was not bad at all. I saw one guy on the web that wanted $30 each for them. He should be jailed. The rifle is smooth as silk. It has a longer barrel than the Ruger 10/222 and although it does not have the SAVAGE adjustable ACCUTRIGGER it does have a trigger that is "BUTTA" .Yep slick as "BUTTA". The rifle is very light too. I noticed it was front heavy so I removed the buttcap and stuck a couple of small CrOWN ROYAL bags of .22 ammo in behind the buttcp in the stock. NOTICE___DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK. I can not be responsible if you fall down and the stock blows up. I used plenty of CR bags to pad the ammo. I have enough of them to make a circus tent for PT Barnum from my drinking days...or should I say drinking daze...Anyway another thing never drink and then go handle firearms. That is a ticket for disaster...
Back to the task at hand now. I went to Wal Mart and bought a Center Point $x16 power pellet rifle scope and put on it. They run about $70 but a good 3x9 CenterPoint can be had for about $40. It is a great scope that comes with free end caps and a padded cover and cleaning cloth. They are built tough too. Their add says they fired a .416 Riley or something along those lines with no problems. I have spent 3 week ends at my friends farm blazing away with the little rifle. The stock is supposed to be bedded but I read one place that after firing a 1000 rounds or so it is wise to get some of the little felt or cork pads like ladies put under their lil figurines in the parlor and loosen the stock screws and apply these as spacers between the barrel and the stock. It takes any play or looseness out of the bedding job. I also found some 34 grain Winchester SUPREME .22 ammo that fires at 1650 fps. That is hot for a .22 round. It almost sounds like an m-16 when you fire it. I got it too at Wal Mart. It comes in a clear dark red plastic box. It sells out fast too I like the Savage model 64. I think it is a great deal for the price I paid for it. Be careful if you tear it all the way down to clean it that you don't loose parts. If you get stuck just check YOU TUBE and there are vids on the mod 64 disassembly and assembly so you should not have a problem. I have so far nothing at all negative to say about the rifle. It is accurate,feeds well, and does everything it is supposed to do on the 5 different kinds of ammo I have fired through it so far. It to me is a very valuable lil firearm because I would not take anything close to what I paid for it now that I have it set up the way I want it. I am going to put a set of swivels,asling,and a bipod on it this weekend. I'll check back in later on it. I would reccomend it to a friend. - D. S.