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Old November 2, 2012, 03:31 PM   #14
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IMO, the significant advantage the Savages hold with the "throat burners" is the cost savings- and no downtime- when it's time for a barrel change. Simple enough to order and keep a "spare" on hand when there's some extra coin floating around- so the 2-4 month wait for a barrel isn't an issue.

Keep us posted on the performance you end up with after your load development. I want to re-barrel my son's 700 with a Rem-Age barrel system, and the .243 AI would fit the bill nicely.
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