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Model: 96915
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 92359
UPC: 011356969156
MFG: Savage Arms

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Newly designed compact rimfire action with rear locking lugs and cock-on-close bolt. Tread-in barrel headspacing system used in Savage centerfire rifles. Center-feed rotary magazine. Light, crisp AccuTrigger is user-adjustable without special tools. Soft rubber buttpad. Hidden action-screws. Black synthetic stock and forearm with grip panels.
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7 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.1 of 5 Stars! [4.1 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: victor b on 04/27/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
For the $$$ spent, it's a great rifle.
Super accurate for all your pest elimination needs.
Put a Muller 8x32x44 scope on it and I swear I could circumcise a gnat @ 100yds.
Great grouping for me at 100 yds, as bullet has an incredibly flat trajectory.
At that range, the bullet goes where the cross hairs are.!

Right now these 20 grain rds can be had for 25 cents a rd, which isn't bad considering ya won't
waste many shots on those peaky varmints.

Couldn't be more pleased with the gun, as well as Buds continual great service.!

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Reviewed By: Talmadge A on 11/04/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Great gun. Love the 17wsm round. It is fun to shoot.

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Reviewed By: Gary W on 04/20/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Nice light weight shooter. Found a local prairie dog meadow and, if I did my job, I had kills a bit over 200 yards with no problem. Everything worked fine except for the magazine. For some reason the rotary mechanism seems to be just a little out of sync. Many times as you try to press the next cartridge into the mag, it is on 'dead center' and will not rotate to allow the cartridge to roll into place. I found it was necessary to use a small tool to 'coax' the innards around into proper alignment. Hopefully, that will correct itself in time....or it may be the nature of such a small cartridge.

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Reviewed By: james c on 04/17/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I got the bmag quickly. The bad first: bolt action is difficult to manipulate, the mag doesn't fit easily into the mag well. Safety could only be set after loading chamber with safety off then when bolt is locked in place can the safety be set on. The good: .17WSM this round is awesome, full floating barrel, I have gotten great accuracy, good trigger. For the price its a good gun but not better than my marlin 917 .17hmr. Save your money and buy the browning t bolt in .17hmr

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Reviewed By: Derek I on 03/14/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I'm really liking this Savage Bmag and this new 17wsm cartridge is flat out awesome and priced cheap enough for a everyday shooter. The I've shoot 2 others before I pitched my first one and this heavy barrel version I just purchased is my second bmag, my first was the lighter sporter barrel version. And both are literally tack drivers. I'm getting 1/2 moa at a 100yrds with Fedral and the newer Winchester ammo on most occasions.. I've not yet got any Hornady yet but hopefully will soon. The first boxes of Winchester I ran through the sporter version usually around moa but not everytime. The newer boxes I've gotten are shooting better.. These bmags are not a 800 plus dollar$ custom gun, but to me reliability and accuracy are number one in a gun, it can take a lot of money to make a unreliable or inaccurate gun a decent shooter, but it takes far less $$ to purchase a new stock (Boyd's custom stock 99$) or put a little tlc in the factory one.. I've been a long time fan of the 17hmr since they came out back in 03-04, and the ammo makers had a few hiccups they worked out over time and it ended up being one of my favorites rounds to shut and owning 3 diff rifles in that caliber .. And this new 17wsm blows it out of the water, it's much flatter shooting, faster and is on par with a small bore centerfire. I know I'm not the first think or even make the comment that the rimfire market was and is in much need of more variety and variations of cartridges, somewhat like the center fire market. There cheaper to shoot and there's plenty of varmints to kill.lol. For the money the Bmag is money well spent..

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