Savage Axis II Precision Model 57552 6.5 Creedmoor

The Savage had excellent accuracy, a clean-breaking trigger, and a stock that was fairly comfortable to shoot in a variety of positions. It needs a muzzle brake or compensator.

The least expensive rifle in our match up by several hundred dollars was the Savage Axis II Precision, which uses the guts of the Axis II hunting rifle fitted to the bones of a Modular Driven Technologies (MDT) chassis made of aluminum and skinned with polymer.
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