Gun Report

Savage 510F Striker .22-250 Rem.

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A Best Buy. With this gun, you put in the least money and shoot the most rounds without reloading. If you like rifles better than handguns, you might like this one best. The grip works best from a bench or prone, and we feel it favors larger shooters as well. Featuring a floating barrel, we feel the Striker’s performance may have more upside potential with a little tinkering.

Savage 510F Striker .22-250 Rem.

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The Savage's synthetic stock is one piece, and the grip and the finger grooves are ambidextrous. We found offhand shooting with two hands on the grip to be difficult and never felt comfortable reaching for the forend with our weak hand.

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