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View Poll Results: Savage or Remington
Remington 27 28.42%
Savage 68 71.58%
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Remington VS savage

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Re: Remington VS savage

Savage. Barrel change/replacement is a breeze and they are accurate to say the least. Jim Briggs at Northland Shooter Supply is now selling REMAGE barrels with a barrel nut for the Remington 700 line. Seems to be catching on with Remington shooters.
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    Re: Remington VS savage

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    Savage. Barrel change/replacement is a breeze and they are accurate to say the least. Jim Briggs at Northland Shooter Supply is now selling REMAGE barrels with a barrel nut for the Remington 700 line. Seems to be catching on with Remington shooters.
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    It will always depend on which Remington. If it is a 5 R or a Sendero. Remington everytime
    I have had many good shooting remingtons, although they are quite a few years old. I have shot friends savages that were great also.
    I am partial to remington in rifles though. I haven't bought a factory rifle in years, I have them built for me and since I have enough remington actions to do this I see no need to buy any actions ie stiller, bat, etc.
    At this time I doubt I would ever buy another factory rifle, I'll just have one made and it will be exactly what I want.
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    Re: Remington VS savage

    My dad owns a small custom rifle shop and sells a few factory rifles now and then. He usually checks the throats and chambers in the factory guns that come through and he has said that by far a larger percentage of Savage rifles have straight throats and chambers as compared to Remingtons. AND he used to be a diehard Remington guy.

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