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Model: 25752
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 71927
UPC: 011356257529
MFG: Savage Arms

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Mark II rimfire rifles add more fun to shooting than almost anything else for the money. From casual plinking to serious hunting, this versatile rifle can handle it all with match-grade accuracy. It's everything you want in a bolt-action 22 repeater, including a long-range, heavy barrel with a threaded muzzle. AccuTrigger is a standard feature offering a user-adjustable trigger pull, so there's no need for a gunsmith to modify it. AccuTrigger also provides a crisp, clean trigger pull, which enhances accuracy. The detachable box magazine and 22" black carbon steel barrel are set in a black synthetic stock. It is drilled and tapped for scope mounts and comes with a Picatinny rail system. The TRR-SR model is a great economical trainer for serious operators or just fun tack-drivers for those who like the look and feel of a tactical rifle.
Finish Black
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length 22"
Trigger Accutrigger
Stock Fixed
Finish Violet
Action Single/Double
Caliber .380 ACP
Barrel Length 28.6"
Trigger Adjustable, Single Set
Stock Realtree Advantage Max-5

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Reviewed By: on 03/03/2015
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
What a great rifle at a great value. I am totally impressed with every Savage rifle I have bought in the last year; this one no exception. Well built with a great stock and a fantastic, crisp, clean accutrigger. Savage has got it right. Again.

Reviewed By: on 12/18/2013
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I just received my mk2rrsr a week ago. It is a very well built rifle and has fed all of the ammunition I have fed it reliably so far. Incl. 22 cb short. At 100 yards it will shoot dime size groups with a good optic. I have a Nikon prostaff 3-9x40 22 rimfire, it is a great combo. The rail provided is quality but very cumbersome and I recommend a replacement that does not have the side rails. The side rails stab your hand when shooting from the standing position and have absolutely no use. I definitely recommend this rifle and do not let the rail issue discourage you. For 10-30 $ you can purchase a much better scope mount from weaver. #24 mount I think. Make sure your scope rings mate properly. Buy this rifle! Buds was great and their pricing can't be beat!

Reviewed By: on 11/13/2013
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This gun is worth the extra cash. Previously, I had the MKIIFVSR which was okay but this one is much better. The 22" barrel gives you more accuracy and more importantly extra weight. The MKIIFVSR was just just too short and light which made it hard to bulleyes shoot. This one has a solid wood stock and the grip is much thicker than the plastic stock found on the MKIIFVSR. For those with big hands this is a very easy gun to shoot. My only complaint is the awful scope rail that is included. It's too big and gives you picatinny rails on the sides of the gun. I don't see why you would need that on this gun.

Reviewed By: on 11/11/2013
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Pros: Superb rifle, easy to purchase.

Cons: The rifle arrived missing a part (the unique Savage TRR-SR scope rail) and I am finding it quite hard to contact Buds to let them know about it. After shipping it all this way (I am in Hawaii), I didn't want to reject it and send it back. I just wish there was an easy way to let them know something was missing in the box. Oh well.

Reviewed By: on 08/12/2013
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I've been shooting since the early 1970's. and the past ~ 10 years, i've been developing some bad habits. A pal recommended this Savage as a way to shoot 22lr, (cheap) and get lots of bolt action, trigger time.

I LOVE IT. it's a solid, well built platform. The heavy barrel took almost 100 rds before i felt any heat in it. The rifle is stable, comfortable, and an absolute joy to shoot

I put a BSA Tactical (inexpensive, $200) scope on it, bore sighted, and was on the paper first shot, sighted in by the 3rd shot.

at 50' I was consistently shooting 1" groups of 5. (that's pretty decent for a fat old man with shaky hands)

Every shot that was "wrong"? I knew instantly what I did wrong. I held my breath, I did not wait, my grip was wrong... etc. There was no mystery shots.

Again, I love it. It will train away those bad habits, and at 7cents a bang? Much cheaper to practice than my .308.

Next weekend? 100' range.

It will be interesting to see how it fires after a few thousand rounds. but right now? love!

The ONLY thing I'd change? I'd like an adjustable cheek-weld. It feels a little low.

A great value for the money

Reviewed By: on 04/02/2013
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Very smooth and crisp trigger pull. Very accurate. The only negative would be the mag fit which did lead to a few misfeeds. I would highly recommend this weapon and wish I had bought it sooner. Great trainer to practice your breathing control.

Reviewed By: on 10/31/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I own four 22 LR's. By far I am the most satisifed with this rifle. Out of the box it shoots penny size groups at 50 yards with a 10X scope. The bolt actions was a little rough in the beginning. After 50 rounds it smoothed out. It really likes the Wolf brand Match ammo. I used my 22 surpressor on it. The sound is that of a pellet gun with the combo.

Reviewed By: on 02/01/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this gun a little under a month ago and have been very pleased with it. It's the first gun I've bought new and the first gun I've had that is a savage. Being a bolt action it likes just about all kinds of ammo. My favorites have been Federal bulk and CCI. With the smaller hollopoints it feeds with absolutely no problem. The wider hollow points that Winchester has in the bulk ammo is a little too wide and it would feed all the time. The gun is a lot more accurate than what I was expecting it to be. I was trying to decide between the .22lr and the .17hmr model and I went with the .22lr just for cheap fun ammo. I'm very happy I went with the .22lr and I have had no problem with accuracy. I can hit a 7x8 inch piece of metal EVERY TIME at 100 and 150 and usually at 200 yards. I'm waiting for a calmer day to try to hit 250 and 300 yards.
The Bull barrel is realy nice, the threads on the end and the tread protector are nice, the big bolt handle is nice, I realy like the stock and the accutrigger. All around the best gun I've had and I plan to keep and shoot it for a long time to come.