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View Poll Results: What Model Do You Want To See?

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  • Model 5647

    18 15.13%
  • Model 5648

    5 4.20%
  • Model 5649

    13 10.92%
  • Model 5650

    2 1.68%
  • Model 5651

    7 5.88%
  • Model 5653

    8 6.72%
  • Model 5654

    0 0%
  • Model 5655

    13 10.92%
  • Model 5659

    29 24.37%
  • Model 5660

    24 20.17%
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Thread: Savage Impulse Rifles, What calibers do you want to see?

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer sgt.rock's Avatar
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    Geez, my Ruger Alaskan in .375 Ruger only weighs 10lbs 4oz with gun, scope, rings and 4 rounds, and I consider that a heavy gun. These Savage's obviously would be better blind guns than carry guns.
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    Do you guys have a rough eta on these?

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    they are 8-9lbs with medium to heavy contour barrels. Not ultralight pencils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonyork View Post
    they are 8-9lbs with medium to heavy contour barrels. Not ultralight pencils.
    My hell’s canyon long range with a 26” heavy barrel weighs 1.5lbs less than these guns bare.. which have a shorter barrel and lighter contour. This is way to heavy.. the days of carrying 11-12lb guns are long behind us.

    You can buy a savage ultralight with a proof barrel for same price or less than this gun and it’s hovering around 5lbs.

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    No .223?
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    I'd like to know about their compatibility with parts for the model 10/110. Do prefit savage barrels fit? Is action screw spacing the same? It looks like a chassis would need some modifications around the bolt handle... But would the rest of the footprint line up? Can't wait for more info to trickle out on these.

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    57653 but it isnt on your poll list
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    A .223 version would be very tempting

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    Why didn't they make the hog hunter take AICS magazines... the predator is a bit of a pig....
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    Not interested with such short barrels

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