I don't own one of those, but I have shot 4 different savage center fire rifles. Two 30-06's and two 223's and they all shot just below MOA with factory ammo. I don't think you have to worry about a savage not being highly accurate, and I'd love to hear the results of how it shoots.
Thanks for asking. Just my luck. I purchased the rifle off of gunbroker and it was supposed to be perfect. When I receive the rifle the stock was cracked and scratched up really bad. The seller would not own up to the damage and my FFL person of course said that is the way it came. The seller sent me the insurance slip and I filed a claim at the post office. Here is the crappy part of the whole deal. The post office kept the rifle and SUPPOSED to mail me the $400 in 4-6 weeks. I lost $25 postage and $20 FFL fee. This is good reason I usually do not buyer used rifles. Live and learn.
well it's different buying a used rifle you can actually put your hands on and inspect. In the big picture if you're getting the $400 back at least you're not out that much. It could have been a lot worse.
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