Nope. It's this one:I take it you're talking about the Axis?
I love mine, even with a cheap centerpoint scope I put the first 2 rounds touching at 100. After that I was having too much fun to keep another in the group but if I make myself concentrate it's almost unfair for vermin.
I have been extremely impressed with my heavy barreled Mark 2 rifle. It is what I call "stupid accurate". It really is hard not to shoot well.For $453 you just can't beat Savage. I think the gun is ugly and I'm not too fond of the cheap plastic magazine but I can live with it because it prints tiny groups.
Nice shootin', that'll take care of those lil buggers.
Meh...I was out deer hunting in a farmers field years ago and didn't see a darn thing all day until......this small little brown blotch went scurrying across the field.That'll do it! You must have some awful big woodchucks if you're sighting in with 69 grainers! :tongue:
Ya gotta dance with the one ya brought with ya!Nice shootin', that'll take care of those lil buggers.
Meh...I was out deer hunting in a farmers field years ago and didn't see a darn thing all day until......this small little brown blotch went scurrying across the field.
180 grs. of .30-06 goodness put some groundhog on the dinner menu for the buzzards.
Yep, got one myself with a 3x9 Bushnell Sportview. I used it to outshoot my son's tricked-out M1A. Maybe it was all the rifle/caliber, but I took full credit just to rub it in. Many a rock chuck in eastern WA fell to that rifle. After trying my .30-06 with 130 grain HPs, it was nice to actually see the bullet strike. No so much for the varmints though.Nice group, I have a cheap old Remington 788 in .223 with a Tasco scope that likes to shoot groups like that when I do my part.