Savage Model 10 Predator Hunter Rifle
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Reviewed by: Sean Kelley
Category: Firearms & Ammo
About 5 years back I had to sell my deer rifle to make ends meet around Xmas. When things got better I bought a new Savage Model 10 in .243 caliber. It had the Simmons 3×9 scope on it and the whole set-up is considered a “low-end” outfit.
Well, it didn’t take long to find out that my new Savage was every bit as accurate as the
high-end rifles at the range. It shoots consistent 1 to 1 1/2″ groups of 5 at 100 yards. The Simmons has been bumped and banged and has kept its zero pretty well. Only a couple of clicks before deer season and its right back on!
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