Here are some thoughts. You can pick up a Savage hunting action from factory for $375-$400 (w/accutrigger). Sin arms prefit barrels $275 (Savage Barrels
) $180-$235 Stockade money saver stocks (unfinished, but doesn't require a lot of finish work), EGW base $40 (Savage Round Back Picatinny Rail Scope Mount: Evolution Gun Works Inc.
), Weaver Tactical rings $30 a pair(Weaver Six Hole Tactical 30mm Rings
), $25 SSS recoil lug (Savage Competition Recoil Lug
), $400 Vortex Viper 6.5-20x44 (Vortex 6.5-20x44 Viper 30mm Rifle Scope
I personally own this scope and love it!).
Total- $1325 w/ low price options
Total- $1405 w/ the upper pricing on action and stockade stock
You can figure another $100-200 for a muzzle break should you decide to put one on. These would be complete guns. I don't think you will be disappointed. The reason I suggested Sin-arms barrels is due to using Lothar Walther barrels.
Here is what my hand built Savage can do in .308 Win with 168 bullets:
100yd group from a bench and rest .116" 3 shot group
718 yards prone off bi-pod and rear bag 3 shot group
My baby! It has the B&C Medalist A2 stock, but the next one will be a Stockade Stock
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