I have a Savage 64. I bought it at Big 5, but it was missing the scope so I got $20 off. I put a $20 Barska on it.
It does feel cheap, but so does a Marlin 795 with the synthetic stock. I would prefer a wood stock on any rifle of this type.
I bought extra mags, and they are a little rough around the feed lips, but I have had only a few failures to feed after putting several thousand rounds through it. The mags are heavy castings (pot metal I assume) with steel floor plates and plastic followers. I haven't had to replace any of them yet.
The mag release is a little cumbersome, but no worse than the factory release on a 10/22.
It is a decent shooter, very consistent. It loves Federal bulk ammo. I guess my only real complaint is that it doesn't hold the bolt open on the last round like the Marlins do. For the price, I would buy another one.
Assembly Public Safety Chair Reginald Jones-Sawyer:
..."and with that I'd like to turn it over to my colleague Loni Hancock, Senate Public Safety Chair, and as I like to say, my partner in crime."
Senate Public Safety Chair Loni Hancock:
"Yeah, we do that quite a lot, actually..."
- Joint Legislative Informational Hearing on Firearms
- Newsom Initiative #1756 - May 3rd 2016