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Old 11-28-2012, 4:27 AM
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I see a bunch of stuff for 10/22's and marlins but where are the mark ii owners. everytime i step to the range i get other shooters telling me it was on there list for a bolt 22, i bought it cause i was told a good many things about savage arms. is there some drawback i missed in research and have yet to come across in my shooting? if you have one lemme know how your liking it and if you've found any aftermarket on it.
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Old 11-28-2012, 5:16 AM
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I see a bunch of stuff for 10/22's and marlins but where are the mark ii owners. everytime i step to the range i get other shooters telling me it was on there list for a bolt 22, i bought it cause i was told a good many things about savage arms. is there some drawback i missed in research and have yet to come across in my shooting? if you have one lemme know how your liking it and if you've found any aftermarket on it.
I just picked up my Mark II FV-SR. Dropped it into a Boyds stock, scope and everything should be here by Friday at the latest, plan on shooting it for the first time this weekend. I have a build thread going so I will post results there, and if I remember I will add a link or pm you.

By aftermarket do you mean parts or resale value? For parts there is a ton of stuff. Boyds has a full line of various stocks, DIP has great bottom metal that is like 4x as thick as the stock, and even 20-25MOA bases. Everything else you need (scope/rings/bipod/sling/riser) is all generic.

Here is how it sits so far:


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Old 11-28-2012, 5:42 AM
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Love my Mark II-F with Accutrigger. you could buy two for the $350 youll spend on a 10/22
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Old 11-28-2012, 7:14 AM
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Im a proud Mk II FV owner. It has been one of my most accurate rifles for the cost and a pure joy to shoot, plink and hunt with
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Old 11-28-2012, 7:22 AM
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I wanted a bolt action for Appleseed, and while my first choice was a CZ, I decided it was more appropriate to use a US-made rifle for Appleseed. I pick mine up on Friday.
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Old 11-28-2012, 8:20 AM
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We Savage MKII owners just sit quietly shooting little, bitty sub moa groups @ 50yds. Wanna read alot about Savage rifles go to rimfirecentral.com.
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Old 11-28-2012, 8:34 AM
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there's a Savage MKII F in there some where

its a centerfire replica stock of a Sig Sauer Blaser Tactical 2 using an AR15 CASV upper rail, Bushnell Banner 3x9-50, bipod, 10/22 flash hider, built in monopod
still need to chop off that bolt knob and put in a thicker one


_MG_3485 by defconskylude, on Flickr


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Old 11-28-2012, 8:39 AM
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I would like to get MKII. Which model has the threaded barrel?
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Old 11-28-2012, 8:42 AM
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Defcon that looks sick!

How much did it cost you to set up that rig?
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Old 11-28-2012, 8:48 AM
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Defcon that looks sick!

How much did it cost you to set up that rig?
thanks man. would be nicer if i had a thicker fluted barrel.

i paid $220 when it first came out.

now i see them for like $160 on airsoft sites like evike.com, airsplat.com, airsoftmegastore.com, airsoftgi.com

ill be doing more .22 conversions using the Savage MKII. 2-3 will be using bullpup stocks from scratch. so look out for that
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Old 11-28-2012, 8:50 AM
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I have an FVT in a RIchards MicroFit stock, adjustable butt plate, bipod, scoped. VERY accurate. Modified (lightened and polished) trigger.

If you want more info on them go to Rimfirecentral.com. There's a section on just these rifles and proven modifications.
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wow thats what i wanted to hear, i was looking for mabe some more options to change my stock and i couldnt find one unless i wanted to spend dome time with my dremel.
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wow thats what i wanted to hear, i was looking for mabe some more options to change my stock and i couldnt find one unless i wanted to spend dome time with my dremel.
All kinds of stocks for the MKII and other brands. I own 4 of their stocks, all were drop in fits. http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/Replac...ctions-s/4.htm
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I would like to get MKII. Which model has the threaded barrel?
The FV-SR is standard with the threaded barrel.
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The FV-SR is standard with the threaded barrel.
Yeah go with the FV-SR. Its a 16.5" barrel, the TR is a 22" threaded barrel, but there is no velocity difference between the two, so why add weight/length?
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I wanted a bolt action for Appleseed, and while my first choice was a CZ, I decided it was more appropriate to use a US-made rifle for Appleseed. I pick mine up on Friday.
WTF? My Savage was made in CANADA!

I guess I need a Marlin now . . .
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