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Discussion in 'Rimfire' started by Texas1911, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. HKShooter65

    HKShooter65 TGT Addict


    Have a Savage and a Ruger.

    Savage has better trigger.
    Ruger magazines are perfection.

    Both threaded.
    Unavoidable sonic crack is brief and shrill and hearing safe.

    Last edited: Mar 16, 2020
  2. lightflyer1

    lightflyer1 Active Member

    May 2, 2015
    You should try one of the Apachee triggers on your Savage. You can read and find order info here:

    With the Apachee Trigger kit, you maintain all of the irreplaceable savage parts in their original condition. The Apachee Trigger kit does not require:

    1. Stretching, cutting or bending of the springs.
    2. Stoning of any trigger parts.
    3. Any plastic shim washer.
    4. Chopping or cutting of drill bits for new pins (which are not of the proper size or hardness for the AccuTrigger to begin with).
    5. Any tampering with the Accu blade in any way.

    Instead, what the Apachee Trigger kit offers:

    1. All new replacement parts that are of the same hardness as the originals.
    2. Everything that is needed in one convenient package.
    3. Easy to follow instructions, complete with detailed pictures.
    4. The safety of the Accu blade is fully retained.
    5. Money back guarantee if your trigger pull is not reduced to under one pound.

    So you can hunt and gather to find pieces, then make permanent alterations to your original, irreplaceable savage parts with no guarantee of success, or take the common sense approach. The kit eliminates the hunting and gathering process, maintains the original parts, and takes minimal skill to install. Your choice.
  3. jrbfishn

    jrbfishn TGT Addict

    Aug 9, 2013
    south of killeen
    Very good choice. I have an A17 with the heavy sport barrel and an A.22lr with heavy barrel. Both will shoot well under MOA at 100 yards. And the both have rotary mags like the 10/22. Butler Creek makes a 25 rnd mag for the A model that is flawless. The Savage A models also come with the Acutrigger standard. Both are a joy to shoot.

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  4. Robert_K

    Robert_K Glocks Not Cocks

    Jan 18, 2011
    North Houston
    Added some stuff to my Mark IV....

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  5. HJB

    HJB Member

    Apr 5, 2020
    1960's High Standard Double Nine 22lr revolver. I found it in my son-in-law's gun closet, where it had been for probably 25 years and he had never shot it. So, now it is in my gun closet and I shoot it a lot. Pretty accurate and lots of fun to shoot. It is in excellent condition.

    I told him I would leave to him in my will.
    Last edited: Apr 6, 2020
  6. Coyote9

    Coyote9 Member

    Jan 13, 2020
    Granbury Texas
    My fav is my Walther P-22 with LOT's of gadgets! BECAUSE my grand girls love to shoot it with me...
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  7. Axxe55

    Axxe55 Professional Troublemaker, and Dog Whisperer!

    Dec 15, 2019
    Deep East Texas
    My Ruger Mk III 22/45 Target Model.
    With my custom made grips, and Pentax red dot optic. IMG_20200412_023949.jpg IMG_20200412_023949.jpg IMG_20200412_023949.jpg
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  8. Bigtanker

    Bigtanker New Member

    Jun 16, 2019
    My all time favorite. A 10" MKII. I bought it new at the tail end of the 90's. It's got north of 15k through it and just keeps going.

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  9. uilim

    uilim Member

    Jan 28, 2019
    missouri city texas
    Don’t remember if I have poster this but it’s my favorite training pistol.

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  10. Bigtanker

    Bigtanker New Member

    Jun 16, 2019
    Nice stippling job.

    My 9 y.o. boy runs the full size M&P like a champ. This is his first outing with it last year. Steel challenge will be in his future.


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