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Old 10-10-2019, 03:17 PM

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Thinking about a 93F in 22 WMR

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So first off I was sort of set on the CZ route, 455 American but they are all gone. So for the time being I'm thinking about a Savage 93F in WMR Walnut stock. I saw on a video that some of the plastic stocks are flimsy and I was wondering about the fit and finish on these guns. I'll admit I am mostly interested because of the price point ($335 otd), as I'' be spending at least another $100 or 2 for a CZ or Ruger. This is the very first Savage I've ever considered and was wondering what I can expect. I know it's a very broad question but I'm really wanting a bolt 22lr or WMR. Thanks!
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I had a savage mark ii in the laminant thumb hole stock with a heavy barrel it shot great. I'm not one who shoots paper all the time I just sight in and go hunt. I hunted squirrels alot with it and shot a couple around 60-65 yards with perfect head shots. Ive recently bought the savage b22 with plastic stock and a22 pro varmint with the boyds stock and both of them shoot very well. I have been pleased with all my savage rimfires rifles.

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Old 10-10-2019, 05:37 PM
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Had very poor luck with Savage rimfires, my CZ's have been much better in every way.
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Take a look at the new "Minimalist". 93 in laminated stock green or brown. 22, 22mag, and 17hmr. 10 rd mag. Looks like a real nice set up.
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