Gun Report

Savage Arms MKII FV-SR Threaded Barrel 28702 22 LR

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A-
Affordable and a great shooter. Shot lights out with the Eley subsonic load, which would make it a great varmint or small game rifle when silence is golden.

Savage Arms MKII FV-SR Threaded Barrel 28702 22 LR

Gun Details

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Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
Price
Caliber Plus Cartridge
Weight Unloaded
Warranty
Optics Mount
Magazine
Muzzle Device
Length of Pull
Action Finish
Barrel Finish
Sights
Trigger Pull Weight

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One of the nice things about the Savage is the already-affixed top rail. Just drop on your optic of choice and hit the field.
Machining on the muzzle threads was clean and burr-free. The SilencerCo slid on and off easily.
We didn’t like the magazine treatment on the Savage as well as the Ruger’s. The magazine stuck out the bottom of the right where we’d like to get a standing hold.
The magazine itself was well built, with little flex and perfect function.
The big bolt handle was an unexpected plus on the Savage. Normally, rimfire bolt handles are small, because they don’t need to be worked hard to move around 22 LR casings. But this one allowed us to push and pull with great hand control.

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