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Savage Striker 516SAK .243 Winchester

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We think most shooters will be at home with this weapon because the striker is simply a left-handed bolt-action rifle with a short barrel and stock.

Savage Striker 516SAK .243 Winchester

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The portion of the barrel under the muzzle brake is not rifled. Using the brake is optional. You turn it on by twisting the sleeve to align with holes in the barrel.
Unlike the M.O.A., the Striker is as familiar as any bolt-action rifle. A mechanical safety is just behind the bolt. The left-handed action allowed the strong-handed (righty) shooter to fire and then manipulate the bolt without altering his grip on the gun.

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