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Old Savage 110 vs. New Savage Axis

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  • HKSig

    Let's Go Brandon!
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    May 15, 2013
    Old Savage 110 with scope. Some rust, might be a 1958 to 1963 model. .30-06, of course.

    New Savage Axis with scope. .30-06, of course.

    Both around the same price.

    Other than non FFL, is there any advantage to the old one? The new one would go to an FFL much closer than the location of the old one.

    In the case of a new one, is there anything else (bolt action .30-06, no 6mm or 6.5mm stuff) worth considering in the $400 to $500 price range? And what can it do that an M1903 Springfield can't? (Yes, the M1903 might not like some ammo...)
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    Let's Go Brandon!
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    May 15, 2013
    Good points. Take the gas money, time savings (I can justify turning the time into money) and buy a newer better rifle.


    Watching While the Sheep Graze
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    Sep 30, 2012
    The newer Savage 110 has a smaller firing pin so if the old 110 needs a new new bolt head, the new ones won't work and the older bolt heads are unobtanium.....dealing with this problem currently...........

    For all the above stated reasons by members....go with the newer gun............
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