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Savage AXIS XP 270 W/SCP

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Model: 19233
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 70955
 
UPC: 011356192332
 
MFG: Savage Arms

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Modern design silky smooth bolt operation. Synthetic stock with swivel studs. Dual pillar bedded action. Detachable box magazine. Free floating and button-rifled carbon steel barrel. Two position safety (bolt operates in safe). Standard trigger. AccuTrigger not available. Four round magazine capacity. Includes 3-9x40mm riflescope with matte finish, mounted and bore sighted.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Chrome
Action Flintlock
Caliber 300 Weatherby Magnum
Barrel Length 22 1/2"
Overall Length 34.5"
Trigger Target Trigger
Safety Two Stage
Capacity 24+1
Stock wood
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless Steel
Action Sliding Breechblock
Caliber 257 Weatherby Mag
Barrel Length 20.9"
Overall Length 38"-39.5"
Trigger Wilson Combat TTU Single Stage
Safety Manual
Capacity 8 + 1
Stock Thumbhole
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Nickel
Action Pistol
Caliber 221 Remington Fireball
Barrel Length 23"
Overall Length Rifle 38"/Shotgun 40"
Trigger Combat
Safety Trigger guard safety
Capacity 22+1
Stock Collapsible
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Black
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 270 Winchester
Barrel Length 22"
Overall Length 43.87"
Trigger Standard
Safety Manual
Capacity 3 + 1
Stock Fixed
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Perma-Cote UT
Action Cap Lock
Caliber 45 Long Colt
Barrel Length 16.75"
Overall Length 42 3/4"
Trigger Direct
Safety Not Listed
Capacity 5
Stock Skeleton

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6 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars! [4.5 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Daniel Y on 01/24/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Firstly, regarding Bud's, the transaction was very smooth and they email you at every step (so expect lots of emails), it's a good thing. I went with the cash option, which is definitely a little slower, due to banks and then additional processing but it was worth it, I wasn't in a hurry. Bud's also notifies the FFL that the package is coming so they know to look out for it, that's another plus. Overall, 5/5 for Bud's.

About the gun, I scoped it out pretty easily with about 10 rounds. This is my first rifle and the groupings at 100 yards were within 1.5 inches, likely even less. Experienced shooters should be able to sight it in even easier with less shots. So bore sighting was fine. In the end, it was able to get the job done and I took home a doe at ~75 yards.

If you look at the other reviews, you will see that the main complains are about the magazine and about the bolt sliding too close to the scope. Those are all true. The magazine, when completely full, fits awkwardly and fits better when there's only 2-3 rounds in there. It will fill up to maximum capacity just fine though, just sometimes takes an occasional smack to get it in there flush. Honestly, it's not a big deal. No issues with it staying in.

If your hand is in a certain position when drawing the bolt back, it may hit the scope. Simple fix is to just not pull it back that way, you can easily pull it back without hitting your hand. The bolt slides smoothly when drawing back, but is a little tough at first to flip it to the "up" position (I'm sure there's a proper term for that). I'm hoping over time it will lessen as I break it in. None of these issues are a problem at all and I'm perfectly happy with it. Now if I had paid $700 then I might be upset, but these are all very, very minor and well worth it for the price.

Bottom line, well worth the money, probably the best bang for the buck and gets the job done with no major problems.

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Reviewed By: raiford r on 03/12/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
great gun for the money shoots nice groups two with Remington corelocks

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Reviewed By: James D on 12/30/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Brought the rifle to the range and couldn't get it on paper at 50 yards with a four foot pistol target. Found the scope to be installed very crooked on the rifle and the screws tight. Boresighted the rifle and finally got it zeroed out to 100 yards. Otherwise, the action was fairly smooth and comfortable to shoot. Still think it was worth the money spent.

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Reviewed By: Phillip H on 11/06/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I finally got a chance to sight this rifle in today. It does have some kick, but unless you are shooting a lot of rounds it's fine. It does make me want to invest into a heavier gun in the future, one that will absorb more of the impact. My rifle was just a bit off in how the barrel sits in the fore-grip, but hey nothing is perfect right? This is why we sight the rifle/scope in, to get it on point. The magazine fed my ammo well and I really like the more narrow grip where the stock begins to meet the action.

Once we sighted the scope in, I was pleased with the way the rifle shot. I will buy Savage again in the future!

Cons:
My bolt was a bit contrary to open/close. Maybe after some usage it will become more smooth.
Recoil is a bit more due to the lightweight of the rifle. ( trade off for saving $ )

My buddy felt the trigger was a bit too hard to squeeze, but I did not have a problem with it. It comes down to what you are used to shooting and how well you adjust. It was just right for me.

I give this gun a 4/5 for some imperfections, but I'm very critical so my 4's can be similar to other's 5's. And just to be clear on my grading scale, 3 would have been acceptable, 4 is a really good, and 5 would have been amazing. $300 rifles aren't going to be amazing in my opinion, they're made to be cost effective and that means you give up a few amenities like less recoil.

The price gets a 5/5 because I picked it up when it was $306.00 and I feel a dependable deer rifle at this price is a good buy.

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Reviewed By: dustin w on 02/24/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Nice shooting gun, good value! Fast shipping from bud's

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