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Savage .17771 14 American CLS 308 DBM

Savage .17771 14 American CLS 308 DBM

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Classic style with a traditional straight comb, the stock is crafted from American walnut, finished in satin lacquer and features fine cut checkering with contrasting black forend tip. The barreled action is polished to a deep, rich high luster blue and the pistol grip cap highlights a detailed Savage Indian Head Medallion. Lightweight and quick handling. The 20” barrel and six-pound weight make packing this rifle the easiest part of the hunt. Its short action handles everything from the 243 Win to the potent 300 WSM. The new detachable box magazine offers a smooth, straight-line feed for more reliability every time. All models feature the revolutionary AccuTrigger, allowing you to safely set trigger pull weight to your own personal specifications.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Savage
SKU GAG_17771-14461
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber .308 Win
UPC 011356177711
Model No
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number 17771
Accessories No
Barrel Length No
Finish Per Color No
Capacity No
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Positive
I received the rifle a few days ago. It appears to be well made from quality parts. I've put about 60 rounds through it. It is pretty accurate (1.5 moa), but I really haven't done much in the way of load development. The trigger breaks at 48 oz., which is acceptable. I might drop that down to 40 oz. as I work with the gun. The trigger is actually pretty good, as it breaks cleanly and has the inherent safety feature of the AccuTrigger system. The action is smooth, and it feeds and ejects rounds nicely. The detachable box magazine works well and is very convenient when you are through for the day...just push the button to remove it, and eject anything you might have chambered. This is my first Savage (I have 27 other deer rifles), and based on my experience so far, it won't be my last.
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/ (Posted on 3/17/14)