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Old 03-28-2020, 11:34 PM
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I have been looking at getting. 22lr for a long time and read over countless threads.. was originally going to go with a cz 455 tacticool then the mags are just expensive only 5 rounds and buying rail to mount scope and the bolt seems to have a small knob and angle gets in way of scope and the upfront cost..

Then savage was thinking a mk2 fv sr and mags seem to be a big issue and stock flexes a lot... so have to buy new stock right away..

Then started reading about the rar being great except seems to have major extraction issues.. not sure on the fix as it seems to vary... seems like taking everything apart and deep clean and debur and re lube is a must and if that doesnít work using lapping compound on old case for chamber or people send back and get a new extractor... they just replace the spring???? This happen that often on these rifles?

Anyway to my question looking to buy in next week and noticed that they have a go wild edition which has some fancy paint,muzzle brake which I would remove and has the synthetic stock but the barrel looks to be the same as the target model... can anyone confirm this before I go and order one up? The target has a nice laminate stock but I donít care so much and would be content with the synthetic one. I donít want to pay the increased price for the stock of a target model of the barrels are both the same...
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Old 03-28-2020, 11:52 PM
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The FVSR stock is decent. The CZ 457 would still be my pick though.
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Forgot to mention I’m also looking at the savage b22 fvsr but the mags seem to just be annoying to load but the price gets very similar to the rar at that point
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What's an rar?

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I have been looking at getting. 22lr for a long time and read over countless threads.. was originally going to go with a cz 455 tacticool then the mags are just expensive only 5 rounds and buying rail to mount scope and the bolt seems to have a small knob and angle gets in way of scope and the upfront cost..

Then savage was thinking a mk2 fv sr and mags seem to be a big issue and stock flexes a lot... so have to buy new stock right away..

Then started reading about the rar being great except seems to have major extraction issues..
I think that with as much as you read about problems and over-analyze things that you will never be happy with a rifle in the price range that you are looking.
Start looking at Anschutz.
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I bought a Savage Mark II BV about five years ago. It is quite the tack driver:

https://www.savagearms.com/content?p...ummary&s=25700

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Go with the CZ, you won’t be disappointed. For the price the fit, finish, and accuracy can’t be beat.
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