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Old 01-18-2012, 07:26 PM
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Have 2 Savage Model 111's in .270 Win, one lefty, one righty. (Have one son a lefty, the other a righty!) Have had nary a bit of trouble with either one. Gave a Savage Model 11 in .243 to my daughter so the grandkids will have something to "grow up on". Used the lefty version this year and put a total of four into the freezer. The only shot I missed all season was after the better half bumped my scope when cleaning the bedroom. She told me she did it, and I rezeroed a day after I missed a broken tine buck. That's my st . . . st . . . story and I'm st . . . st . . . stickin' to it!

Bought them primarily due to Savage's good name and quality. Nice to see that if there are any issues, then I will have nothing to worry about.

Thanks Spiker for the great news on Savage Customer Service.

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