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Savage 93 F Rifle

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Finish
Stock Color
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.22 Magnum

Blued

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
21"

Round Capacity:
5 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
5 lbs.
From the Magnum series, the bolt action Savage 93 F Rifle features the revolutionary AccuTrigger design. AccuTrigger is completely safe, enhances accuracy potential, and allows you to set the trigger pull to your preference—no need to pay a gunsmith to adjust. The 93 F Rifle, with blued carbon steel barrel and synthetic black stock, features a teardrop thumb safety and detachable box magazine. Drilled and tapped for scope mounts.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great gun For the price you can't beat this gun shots great. There is only one real problem i had, that is the clip has some problems holding rounds just takes alittle tweaking to fix. Also if you get this gun you will probley wont to get a scope to. March 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by decent, for the price just picked up a 93 f in .22wmr, I had a problem with the magazine not retaining rounds, it was simply out of tolerance, after a little tweaking with some pliars, everything is functining well, and its a decent little varmit gun for the cash, $239 December 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buy one! awesome... I have owned mine for a short time and it has become the go to gun for just about all varmint and field use. The accutrigger is a great safety benefit. I can hit a quarter at 100 yards repeatedly. I put a Simmons 3x9/32 on it and the scope is not the best but good for the money. If you are looking for a great all around shooter you can't go wrong with the 93F. Very light, built well, will take some time to get loosened up and broken in well but its a keeper. The only thing I'd say needs improvement is the mag slide, but that's not all bad too have a safe tight fit on a firearm. I hope this helps,I prefer it over my Marlin .17, buy one and look out varmints! March 12, 2012
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Will this gun fire .22 magnum for coyote hunting?
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I'd shoot coyote with .22 WMR if it's less than 100 yards. Check your local hunting regs though first...
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WMR=Winchester Magnum Rifle I believe

Yes, but make sure you only shoot .22 Magnums.

It will not shoot .22 LR or less.
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Yes it will, but I have never seen any subsonic .22 WMR ammo.
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no, no .22wmr rounds are subsonic, the whole point of the magnum is increased velocity. this rifle will not fire .22lr
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and what is the range of a 22 bullett compared to a 22lr? Thanks
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It would physically fire yes, but i wouldn't try it as it would ruin every aspect of the weapon. A .22 magnum is more powerful and has a longer range than the .22lr, it has about 100 yards greater effective range. It is more expensive however. I recommend the .22lr because its dirt cheap, and can hunt almost all small game (smaller than a deer), plus it comes in varieties such as shotshell and high velocity.
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