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Old 08-17-2010, 7:01 PM
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As the tittle says I'm looking for some input on the Savage Mark II BRJ for my first 22 lr
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Old 08-17-2010, 8:46 PM
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This Calgunner seems to like his.

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Yea I read that already, Thanks
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I have a Savage Mark II JTV that I like a lot. It is the most accurate gun I have by far, and was quite affordable. It differs from the BRJ by having a thumbhole stock, which is comfortable, but not good for left handed shooting. The Jacaranda laminated stock is a bit more colorful than I expected, but it looks like fall camo to me now.

I saw the Mako Shark model first, but found the JTV to be better finished and more appealing. There is a thread at The Firing Line about the Mark II models. They are all well liked. Chuck Hawke also praised the Mark II for its accuracy.

If I were interested in smallbore silhouette competition, I would try to get a tapered barrel and traditional looking stock to qualify for the "hunter" class, and avoid shooting against the very heavy and expensive target rifles.
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I have a Savage Mark II JTV that I like a lot. It is the most accurate gun I have by far, and was quite affordable. It differs from the BRJ by having a thumbhole stock, which is comfortable, but not good for left handed shooting. The Jacaranda laminated stock is a bit more colorful than I expected, but it looks like fall camo to me now.

I saw the Mako Shark model first, but found the JTV to be better finished and more appealing. There is a thread at The Firing Line about the Mark II models. They are all well liked. Chuck Hawke also praised the Mark II for its accuracy.

If I were interested in smallbore silhouette competition, I would try to get a tapered barrel and traditional looking stock to qualify for the "hunter" class, and avoid shooting against the very heavy and expensive target rifles.
Lilja barrel has already been ordered
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