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Savage 45100 64FVXP 22LR W/SCP

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Model: 45100
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 24145
 
UPC: 062654451003
 
MFG: Savage Arms

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  • FAMILY:64 Series
  •  MODEL:64 FVXP
  •  TYPE:Rifle
  •  ACTION:Semi-Auto
  •  FINISH:Blue
  •  STOCK/FRAME:Synthetic Stock
  •  CALIBER/GAUGE:22 LR
  •  CAPACITY:9+1
  •  BARREL:21
  •  OVERALL LENGTH:40
  •  RATE-OF-TWIST:1 in 16
  •  ADDL INFO:Det Box Mag
  •  ADDL INFO:Scope Package
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Blued
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length 21"
Overall Length 40"
Trigger Not Listed
Stock Fixed
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Red
Action Pivot Block
Caliber 17 WIN SUPER MAG
Barrel Length 23" FRCL/ 21" VR
Overall Length 46"
Trigger Gold Plated
Stock Mossy Oak Break-Up
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Stainless Steel
Action Single/Double
Caliber 480 Ruger
Barrel Length 18.75"
Overall Length 35"
Trigger Standard
Stock Mossy Oak Break-Up
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Mossy Oak Duck Blind Camo
Action REVOLVER
Caliber 300 Ruger Compact Mag
Barrel Length 11"
Overall Length 28.8"
Trigger Timmney
Stock Adjustable

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Reviewed By: ROBERT B on 07/25/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I OWN MANY SAVAGE RIFFELS, LOVEM ALL!!

Reviewed By: Lew T on 09/29/2011 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
No doubt that this is an excellent rifle for the money. I cut 4 out of 6 center circles on NRA A-38 small bore rifle target at 50 ft. after sighting it in. The other two shots were just off center and I suspect the shooter more than the gun or cheap ammo I was using. When I first started sighting it in, I shot 4 rounds and thought I had lost two of them off the paper, but looked more closely and found that three shots had hit the same spot! Could not tell it with my spotter scope at all.

Reviewed By: Stephen B on 04/26/2010 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Sorry for the extra short post. Finally got to the range and cycled about 200 rounds through it. Not one single hiccup. Got it sighted in on the first ten rounds, then shot the bull out at both 50 then 100 yards with federal copper coated hollow points. With the heavy barrel and being semi-auto, there is no kick, almost no report, almost like shooting a pellet rifle, but much more accurate and fun.

We forgot our rest, so we used a pistol case, which helped to steady my shaky old hands. I wish they made this with a tube magazine, rather than having the clip style mag protruding down out of the rifle.

Have absolutely no regrets about purchasing this very accurate, tight shooting little .22. Higly recommend it for teaching precision target shooting for youth.

Again, terrific service from Buds. Just remember, this one doe NOT have the accutriger, but has a decent trigger anyway.

Reviewed By: Stephen B on 11/13/2009 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This rifle DOES NOT have the Acutrigger! Please take note as add is deceptive. That being said, the price is competitive and the transaction went very well and fast from BUDs to my FFL. I will replace the scope with one of higher quality and magnification. I already had a standard model 64 and expect great things from the varmit version as well. Savage automatics are ammunition sensitive. Mine prefers copper coated bullets, rather than all lead. I seldom have any FTF or FTEs using Federal bulk ammo and higher end stuff.

I bought this rifle for my grandson to start perfecting his long range skills with a .22 at 100 yard on reduced size targets, once we get a better scope mounted we will start breaking it in. I just wished it had come with an acutrigger, but the one it came with has decent take-up and breaks clean and fairly light for a factory trigger, definitely worth the money, even without the acutrigger.