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Savage Model 64 TR SR V No. 45200 22 LR, $325

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This fun rifle is a bargain with real flair and utility.

Savage Model 64 TR SR V No. 45200 22 LR, $325

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Hunting
Recreational
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The most effective way to insert the magazine was to use the front of the magazine body to push the release lever (arrow) forward. Capacity was listed as 10 rounds, but all we could load was eight. The magazine lips were a little rough on the fingers.
The pistol grip was well defined and didn't cramp our wrists. The straight-line comb put the shooter's cheekbone in line with the bore. Offering somewhat of a miniaturized sniper profile, the stock was comfortable for both right- and left-handed shooters.
Suppressors aren't supposed to be called silencers, but when we connected the SilencerCo 22 Sparrow suppressor, $400, to our Savage rifle, it was just that. There is also a one-time licensing fee of $200, but Tactical Firearms (www.TacticalFirearms.us) can take the hassle out of the process for customers hailing from any state in the union.
The guts of the SilencerCo 22 Sparrow suppressor are simple yet effective. The Sparrow screwed on and off the barrel of our Savage with ease. Takedown for cleaning was a snap.

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