Ricovali: Is that not an accu-trigger? The pull is adjustable.
Fire4EffectActual: I have the same rifle in .308, it really is amazing I've shot 5 shot groups
at 100 yards you could cover with a quarter. I'm not sure what the twist
is on your rifle since Savage doesn't have it listed on their website, but
if you can find it try something in a heavier bullet and see how it groups.
I have a feeling a 62 gr or even 77 gr MatchKing will really group well
from that gun.
guerrierodelgiaguaro: Hullo to everybody,
please, the proper pronunciation for the Italian surname (and related
products) "Fiocchi" is "Fiokki".
Best regards form Italy
Randimal762: Very nice rifle! I want one! Do you happen to know the model # of your
gun? I've searched online for the same rifle, but everyone only seems to
be selling the one with the threaded barrel. I would much rather have the
non-threaded, target crown like yours. Thanks for the review!
JSJT OUTDOORS: do you think a 4.5x14x42 would have clearance on the barrel?
Vito Monopoli: Me again...I paid $759 for mine. The only time my gun gives me extracting
problems is when I used, and I don't anymore, the steel cased ammo with the
lacquer coating. The lacquer acts like glue if you do not extract the empty
SlimySquirrel: All the way down in New Zealand... ;-)
Shue Boks: Did you have to do alignment and lapping of the scope rings? Nice rig.
wbwhite22: Nice rifle and review. I've been eyeballing a 111 FNCS for a little while
now. Instead of 223 I was thinking about 300 Win Mag though.
complex2034: is the trigger guard plastic or metal ?
MtMedic31: That's an excellent rifle and a nice review. Have a lot of experience with
the Savage Heavy Varmint HS, which is very similar, but heavier barrel. The
accutrigger has multiple safety mechs built in. The blade you touched on.
When you pull the trigger without the blade, that's the Sear block that
drops down. If you were to lighten the trigger much more, then any heavy
jarring will drop that sear block, which is actually really smart.
SlimySquirrel: All the way down in New Zealand... Makes for Better hunting as you don't
scare as much game and you don't have to fumble for ear plugs or muffs!
Robert Howard: im looking at getting this in .308 im just wondering what your thoughts are
on this 10 precision carbine and the remington 700 sps all info welcome
(with exception of trolls) thanks
Cody McMillan: yes it does have an accustock, VERY nice rifle for the price point and
deadly accurate. i just picked one up with a threaded barrel
MEXICUTIONER1985: I'm sure you meant 6-18x40
FogCityTactical: @wbwhite22 Wow, 300 WM is a big round. Ain't it like two bucks a round?
tripplewhipper: Totally looking to get this sucker is 243 for coyotes and larger game
ChromeArty: :) had to... not enough good folk here on the Tube. I have to upload to
YouTube again! I have lost 30lbs+ and have a lot more toys :) Latest a
Savage 10 FCP-K in .223 ... hence how I ended up here :) Talk to you soon
NSpire Page: i dont know if i want this or the remington 700 aac-sd :(
EverythingisFire: Very cool. I also like the model 10 that has a 10 round detachable box mag
but man is it expensive. The magazines are too! At least $70.
Rich Zore: You should try reloading. If you take the powder weight down to 1/2 grain
increments after zeroing in on a specific range of powder weights you can
get much better accuracy. I did this with my AR and at 100 yards I shot 10
shot groups the size of my palm and got that down to groups the size of my
thumb nail, 100 yards. EXCELLENT review, good coverage on subjects.
Vito Monopoli: I have had the Russian, steel cased ammo cause extracting problems. If I
didn't open the bolt right away, the lacquer that they put on the ammo to
keep it from rusting, turns to glue with the heat of firing, and the bolt
clarkespearo: All the time. My Savage PC in .223 will do 5 shot clover leafs at 100m with
factory Norma, Hornady, Remington and Federal ammo. This rifle is amazing
and i cant wait too see what kind of groups i will get with 75gr A-max
handloads at longer ranges.
wbwhite22: @FogCityTactical 300 WM is currently somewhere between $0.90 and $2.50 per
round depending. However, it will certainly go the distance with plenty of
power and is about the largest round that the sporting goods store carries
(i.e. it still has a lot of bang for the buck).
clarkespearo: Finally got mine in .223 after much waiting and im very pleased ! It is
quite heavy but shouldnt be a problem for a bench/varmint gun. I took mine
apart and gave it a top coat using krylon fusion clear as i was having a
lot of trouble find the Krylon fusion clear satin finish. Using a piece of
2000-4000 grit wet and dry and slightly scuff the sheen off. hope that
helps anyone thats thing of using a clear !
Bevin Chu: I'm really glad the later groups tightened up noticeably. Savages are
supposed to get sub minute of angle groups right out of the box. In fact,
usually 3/4 or even 1/2 moa groups. If the early groups were as good as
could be gotten, that would have reflected really badly on Savage.
clarkespearo: Well i just went to my local and they can order a few in .223 for quite
cheap so very intrested, just another quick question how do you find the
digital camo stock ? Ive read a few peoples reviews saying the stock is
quite porous and is near impossible to clean when dirty. Ive also read that
that the camo can chip off ?
ChromeArty: Really like your approach ... can tell you are a good crap :) figure I am
gonna like and sub .... which is something I almost never do!
FogCityTactical: I never shot a rem 700. I'd say find a friend who has one and try it out. I
can say that ther trigger won't be as nice as the Savage's trigger out the
FogCityTactical: I've only shot out to 300 yards but i've seen other channels showing 1000
yard hit on steel plates.
Vito Monopoli: I have another question: Does anybody out there make five shot clover
leaves with this rifle? I have make three shot in one hole a lot. I've made
four in one hole twice, but never five in one hole. That is my goal, but I
have that over heating problem that I mentioned in an earlier question.
Vito Monopoli: I do handload for this gun. It has only seen two boxes of factory ammo.
Every thing else has been my handloads. Do you know where I can get better
loading data for a 1:9 twist bolt action rifle? Everything that I find,
that is not for a 1:12 twist, is for AR's.
Bevin Chu: Sniper Central said it weighed 8 pounds even though the Savage catalog
listed the weight as 7 pounds. The 7 pound number sounded awfully low.
After all, that's how much the Savage Scout Rifle weighs with a lightweight
barrel. Still, 8 pounds is light compared to an M1 Garand at 10 pounds!
Vito Monopoli: Well my problem is that the barrel gets very hot really fast. I have to
wait a half hour between five shot groups. This barrel is not working the
way the barrel on the Savage FCP-K used to work. I was able to shoot two or
three five shot groups with that gun, and they stayed tight. I wish that I
had kept that gun.
Bevin Chu: In the meantime be sure to save ALL your brass. The brass is the most
expensive component of your ammo. You will be glad you hung on to it when
the time comes. Also, even if you don't reload, you can always sell your
used brass to others. I've been living overseas for many years. Private gun
ownership is forbidden here. So I haven't been shooting for quite some
time. But when I was, reloading really cut the cost of shooting.
Vito Monopoli: Does anybody have a problem with the barrel heating up to where you can't
touch it? If I try to shoot groups of five, the first group will be OK, but
the second group will be bad, with the shots going up and to the left. The
third group will be really bad, with shots going to the next target. I have
to leave 1 minute between shots, and a half hour between groups. I have it
sighted in with two different scopes, and get the exact results with both.
FogCityTactical: Thanks for watching. I thought about doing hand loads but the intial cost
is too high for me right now. I will someday.
Sagebrush: take the savage. for accuracy..cant beat it.quality..flawless. and
shootability..unequaled. the trigger is aftermarket quality. was a
remington guy..got rid of my rems and now own 3 savages.
bryanng66: Is the bolt release located in the front of trigger guard? Thanks
GoBO207: @FogCityTactical I got one of these 6 months ago here in Aus, exact same
setup bar the scope. I think its an amazing rifle (I also have it in .223)
but I was wondering if you have any issues with feeding rounds from the
mag? I find sometimes the rounds aren't seated 'perfectly' in the mag and
the bolt just slides straight over the top. Have you experienced this?
Also, mine gets surface rust VERY easy out in the field, I plan on doing
some form of rust protection, any ideas? Cheers!
FogCityTactical: no, i haven't had any extraction issues at all. I'd try some differant ammo
and if it still doesn't pull the spent cartridge out, contact you dealer or
Savage directly. Hope you figure it out because it's a great gun.
biz4two: Nice video! So...does this rifle have the AccuStock?? Thanks!
FogCityTactical: you won't regret it. thanks for watching.
FogCityTactical: @clarkespearo with the rifle on the bi-pod, I can still slid a piece of
paper in between the stock and barrel so I don't think it makes any
differance. The accustock I think is a beefed up stock to keep it from
flexing. Hope you can get your hands on a .223
Therocketman321: 1000 yards with a .223??? Idk about that. Thanks for the video though, Im
looking into geting this rifle in .308 so I can reach out and touch things.
The next thing to do is research a good piece of glass. Btw, the bi-pod on
your rifle, how is it mounted? Did you have to drill into the stock? And
last question is, I know the model 10 PC has the accu stock, but is the
barrel free floated??
superassassin47: about what is the range on this rifle im looking into getting one?
Matt Denton: Great review, I love how you showed some targets and what ammo it shoots
Tyler Rogowski: Does this come with the scope?
John Vestman: Try the Hornady 55gr. H.P. Steel Case Match. I have the model 10 Predator,
and it'll shoot 1/2" groups typically. Very economical, too. American made,
function flawlessly. Polymer coated, I believe, not lacquer.
Awaken877: Ow much did you spend on that rifle?