Pic's Of My New Toy

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    Pic's Of My New Toy

    Here is my new Savage Mark II BV with Mueller Scope.
    Going to take the Grandson squirrel and rabbit hunting this fall. So I needed a new 22LR for the occasion.

    Copy of SAVAGE MARKII BV (1).JPG

    Copy of SAVAGE MARKII BV (3).JPG
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    You need to send it back...the bolt is on the wrong side!!!!

    JK, I am a right handed/left eye dominant. I shoot a right hand bolt left handed. Iprobably should buy "left" rifles, but I don't. LOL I shoot my SD gun right handed with my left eye...

    Nice little gun. Just thought I would stick up for us lefties that every body says is weird for shooting that way. LOL
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    I pity the squirrels! I've only shot a Savage once but was very impressed with the Accu-Trigger plus they really have a reputation for accuracy. Looks like you're in for some good times with the grandson!

    I too am a cross-dominant shooter and have always shot long guns left handed. I shoot pistols/revolvers right handed but aim with my left eye. The first left handed bolt rifle I ever bought took quite a while to override the muscle memory I had already developed over the years to quit reaching with my right hand to operate the bolt.

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    I just returned from the range and sighting in the scope. All I can say is I love this rifle. Shoots like a dream and the rifle is more accurate than I am. It is going to take some practice to get out of this rifle all it has to offer.
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    Pretty wood!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    You need to send it back...the bolt is on the wrong side!!!! LOL

    Just reverse the picture.... That will make it a righty then..

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    Here is my first target after sighting in the scope. 3/4" at 40 yds resting the fore end on a tool box with blanket on top. No the best rest but all I have at the moment. I am excited with what this rifle is capable of .

    Copy of 40 YRD TARGET WITH SAVAGE.JPG
    Mike
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    Very nice! I'm sure you'll enjoy it!
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