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Old January 20, 2013, 09:31 AM   #12
NoSecondBest
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Join Date: December 7, 2009
Location: Western New York
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Take the bipod off and shoot off bags. A cement table and a bipod are a recipe for poor grouping. If your Savage has the tupperware stock it will only make it a LOT worse. I'm not knocking Savage, I own several of them. They will shoot but not under the conditions you're challenging them with. You're getting way too much "bounce and flex" with the way you're going about it. If you have the tupperware, don't put any pressure on the front of the gun. Just let it sit on the bags in the exact same spot each time and make sure you're not putting different pressure on the back of the stock from shot-to-shot. I've replaced the tupperware on two of my Savages and the groups shrank like you'd never believe.
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