Gun Report

Savage Scout Model 10 .308 Win.

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Looking a whole lot like a conventional rifle with its scope mounted kinda funny, the Savage Scout took on the best characteristics of the Steyr and gave little away. The missing items, like second magazine, bipod, flush sling swivels, etc., may or may notbe important to you. Without doubt, the stock pull was too long for all our shooters. The rifle came with a simple web sling, but no scope or rings.

Savage Scout Model 10 .308 Win.

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We liked the big, round bolt knob. The magazine release button was unobtrusive and worked very well. The trigger pull was very good, and we liked the iron-sight setup. We didn't like the shiny scope, and could have used more magnification and heavier crosshairs. The fully adjustable rear sight was by Williams, and was made of aluminum. The checkering, in spite of its odd decoration, worked well enough. The trigger guard was plastic.

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