And the Remington isn't? Any rifle is used once it is fired, no matter who makes it.nomosendero said:Also keep in mind that the Savage is used as soon as you pull the trigger.
Just my thoughts.
The reason is the way you worded your remark,nomosendero said:Lawdog
I guess I will never know why you made the remark that any rifle is used
once it is fired, no matter who makes it.
, it makes it look as if both rifles will be the same, which they won't. The new Savage will have a warrantee in place and the Remington won't(as if their warrantee was any good in the first place(first hand experience with this). My point was that all rifles become used once they're shot but they still have the advantage of a warrantee that used rifle isn't going to have in most cases. LawdogAlso keep in mind that the Savage is used as soon as you pull the trigger.
Who said anything about being "mad"? When I last posted I hadn't even read what he had decided to buy. I was just answering your question. As far as I am concerned this thread is over. LawdogNo need being mad at me about him buying a Remington.