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Re: Build ?

Any issue with a standard savage SA? (Not target action).
Model 16
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    Any issue with a standard savage SA? (Not target action).
    Model 16
    Nope!
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    Tank, you know me.....I'm fairly open-minded, but to me that sounds like an aweful pain to go through....Why not just buy a single-shot action, like the Noreen ULR action, or some simple tube-style action? It would be the simplest design and function. Barrel, tube-action, bolt, trigger, stock.....That's it. The only thing the action does is lock the bolt in place. The bolt is short, the bullets slide into a groove on the front of the bolt like a shell holder (for reloading), and slide right up in the chamber... Technology in its simplist form. I'm sure someone out there makes a tube-action for a reasonable price.
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    Tank, you know me.....I'm fairly open-minded, but to me that sounds like an aweful pain to go through....Why not just buy a single-shot action, like the Noreen ULR action, or some simple tube-style action? It would be the simplest design and function. Barrel, tube-action, bolt, trigger, stock.....That's it. The only thing the action does is lock the bolt in place. The bolt is short, the bullets slide into a groove on the front of the bolt like a shell holder (for reloading), and slide right up in the chamber... Technology in its simplist form. I'm sure someone out there makes a tube-action for a reasonable price.
    Not going to argue, it can be done. But, if the Mod 16 is all he has to work with, why not?
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