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SAVAGE ARMS Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo

A tack-driving bolt-action rifle that comes with a mounted and boresighted 3-9x40mm variable scope. The carbon-steel barrel sports a matte-black finish and is mated with a synthetic Next Camo® G1™ stock with sling studs. Includes a detachable five-round magazine.
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is the scope worth using or should i buy a new one

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The scope that comes with it is a bargain basement Bushnell 3-9x40. It is actually a decent scope. Does the job well enough.
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answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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It really depends on where and how your going to be using it for but in my personal experience its a good starter scope and i still have mine on it and i dont have any plans on replacing it
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It's not a bad scope. In fact it's better than a lot of junk they put on these "package deals" but don't expect it to be top of the line. I find it perfectly adequate for my needs and has done a fine job for the last year of owning it but I will eventually upgrade. It does what you ask a scope to do, really. It holds a zero, it doesn't fog up and it zooms in and out.
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answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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Yes its a not a bad scope at all i shot a deer from 311yds and dropped it.
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I am looking at buying a .223 mainly to target shoot with.

Will this gun suffice or should I spend the extra and get the 111?
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I would say it will suffice! I really like mine.
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I am shooting the 3006 in this rifle because I like shooting long range targets, but since I'm having trouble finding ranges with more distance than 100 yards I wish I would have bought the .223 for the savings in the ammo.

I do reload. I would think on the grounds of how this handles the 3006 it would be even better in .223 because it is accurate and light.

You will find it a fun gun to shoot at the range I do and can't wait to get back out there!
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This gun would be great! It comes with a Bushnell scope that you can zero in to get the accuracy your looking for. My uncle has this gun and I shot it in .243. It shoots straight and I think you would like it.
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it will pay off. it will take a while to get it sighted in but after that this is the best rifle scope package ive ever seen. you wil like it it has a pretty good kick though.
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answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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What size caliber should i use for hunting deer?

I am new to deer hunting, I've hunted duck and turkey but what size works best, what size do you use?
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asked 11 months ago
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Anything from a .243 up to .300 win mag will effectively kill a deer.
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answered 10 months ago
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I would recommend a .270 its good all around caliber.
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243, 270 or 30-06 depends on your accuracy length of shot and were you live we can even use a 22-250 in nebraska
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hi, I use a .308 caliber it has the knock down power and it can shoot a long distance if neededv to.
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What make is the scope, bases and rings that come with the Combo?

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The scope mounts and scope supplied on the Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item IK-291356, are supplied by Savage, and their sources vary. They have used Simmons and Bushnell, among others. Mounts are usually Weaver brand.
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Mine has a bushnell 3-9x40. seems like a good scope so far
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China incorporated. There is no brand name on the scope or rings.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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i dont know what model to get?

I'm debating on weather to get the 223 or the 22-250 ,
I'm going to be using it for a coyote gun , and maybe for whitetail but I don't know if either one of these calibers will kill a deer
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The Savage Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo item number IK-291356 in .223 and 22-250 can kill a deer. The shot must be well placed for this caliper to be successful.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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I would get a 223. It is a very fast round and deadly accurate. It doesn't have any recoil either. Also, the caliber doesnt matter as much as your shot placement... shoot behind the front shoulder and you will be just fine. How far away do you usually shooting your deer at since the ..223 is a extremely light round?
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Depends on how much you want to shoot. Ammo is easy to find, very in-expensive in the .223 cal.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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what caliber would you recommened for deer and moose hunting?

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asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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I havent hunted deer or moose but i have friends that use a 30.06
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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308 is a great round for deer but i am not so sure about moose. .308's are dead accurate at 100 yards. I would imagine that if you shoot the moose in the correct place, it will drop the moose.
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well if you want a gun that can do both you should go with .300 winchester magnum. For deer id go with anything above a .243, but you dont want to destroy the deer so dont go high enough to a .338. On the other hand, moose are like 2-3 times bigger than a whitetail deer. .338 would be BEST for moose but dont go below .300 win mag.
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Would this be a good starter youth gun in .243?

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It sure would! It shoots great for the price and is big enough where a youth would be able to grow into it and hold onto it as long as they want but the grip is slim enough to where my 5'1" girlfriend has no problems controlling it.
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Hmm...my personal opinion is no. I would think a starter gun would be one that you can put lots of rounds down range. That being said, unless you reload, the cost of ammo is far more expensive for the .243 than the ammo for .223. I have this same gun in .223 cal and this weapon (.243) as well and let me tell you, these guns are very, very accurate out to 300+ yards in both .223 and .243 cal. Of course, I upgraded the scope on each weapon but as far as a starter/youth gun, the Savage Axis Next Gen in .223 is probably one of the finest guns for the money you can buy and the ammo is very affordable.
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I think it would be for the money it is made very well.

The stocks are like fiberglass, not sure of what plastic type it is but it's strong, I would watch the trigger guard to make sure it doesn't hit a rock etc.

It is accurate and fun to shoot and reliable what else can you ask for.

You may have to spend some range time to sight in the scope I did.

But even that was fun.
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answered 1 year, 3 months ago
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Does it have an adjustable trigger, or can one be added later?

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asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, Item: IK-291356, does not have an adjustable trigger, however one may be added.
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The stock trigger is NOT adjustable but Timney and Rifle Basix make replacement triggers for them. I know there's also a lot of YouTube videos of people modifying the stock triggers at home but that would probably void any warranty on them.
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This rifle doesn't have an adjustable trigger and I'm not sure you can get one.

But! I am amazed on the trigger pull, when I tried it at home just to get the feel I pulled on it and it didn't move!

So I looked through the scope and pretended to shoot and pulled again and it didn't seem to move but it shot.

The trigger pull is like glass you pull on it and it breaks which means as soon as you move the trigger it fires. This is good when shooting because you can put pressure on the trigger and when the sights are on target pull and it fires no creeping no drag no lose feeling just a crisp crack and it shoots.

It felt strange at first but if you get a snap round in it and practice you'll like the way it shoots.

Very precise.
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answered 1 year, 3 months ago
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Does This rifle come with the Savage Accutrigger and if it does what is the weight of the pull?

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The Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, Item # IK-291356, does not have a Savage AccuTrigger.
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This doesn't come with the Accutrigger which I was dissappointed with, but I knew that going in.

But what I was surprised was the trigger pull, there isn't any pull or creep. You pull on the trigger and it feels like the trigger guard, no give what so ever, then it just breaks and shoots!

I was concerend about this so I practiced with a snap cap in the gun to get the feel of the trigger and with that feel, no creep, you just squeeze when you want to shoot and it goes off accurately, I like that feel, I was shocked and think the trigger is great!

I feel it adds to the accuracy of my shooting because there is no play or guessing when it's going to shoot, you pull it shoots.
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yes
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can this savage axis gen1 shoot different calibers, like will one rifle be able to shoot a .243 .270, 30-06, or a .308 or just one caliber?

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Calibers on the Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item # IK-291356, are not interchangeable. Each rifle is a specific caliber.
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If you own a gun that can do that, there is something wrong with it or you are just really lucky a gun hasnt exploded in your face yet. it only comes in one caliber barrels. You ALWAYS only use the ammo right for that gun.
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can use 7.62 by 51 ammo for 308
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do any of the savage bolt action centerfire rifle combos come in left handed

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Cabela's is not offering any Savage centerfire bolt action rifles in a left handed version at this time.
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The Savave website show left hand models in the standard black version, but not in the cammo version.
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does this gun have an adjustable trigger?

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The Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item # IK-291356, does not have an adjustable trigger.
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No the trigger isnt adjustable, but there is no need for adjustment works fine. Havent put a gauge on it but it is probably less than 5lb pull.
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What is the best Ammo to use with the .270 model?

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I know one thing for sure the Metal casing ammo causes too many problems. I would stick with brass what ever you do.
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For .270 I would say the Remington brand or Winchester. Federal Premium is great too. Go with game loads for either of the three. Ive never used Hornady or any other brands than those two and they work great.
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Fixed barell or free floating?

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The Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item number IK-291356, is designed to have a free floating barrel.
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All bbls are fixed unless they reciprocate like in a Barrett or something. The Axis is not bedded like some other rifles. Not sure if you can slide a dollar bill up and down the bbl while in the stock or not. If not a couple of washers between the stock and action screws would elevate the bbl. With sub moa accuracy these rifles are capable of with good factory ammo. Not sure what bedding would do for you.
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What different camo patterns does this firearm come in?

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The Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item # IK-291356 is only available in the camo pattern shown, which is selected by Savage. There are no selectable options for other camo patterns.
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just in the one shown in the picture but in person its actually good looking
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how does the savage arms axis next gen. 1 combo campare to the savage arms model 11 hunter XP rifle package?

in a .30-06 caliber
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The only differences I can tell are that the Axis next gen. 1 has camouflage vs. black,
the Model 11 hunter xp has a guaranteed Bushnell scope vs. mystery bag.
ANG1(axis next gen 1) has a next gen 1 camo stock, 22 inch barrel with a 10 twist and weighs about 6.5 pounds.
M11HXP has a synthetic stock, 22 inch barrel (idk what the twist is) and weighs about 8 pounds.

They both have a four (4) round detachable mag, sling studs, and a mounted, boresighted 3-9x40 scope.
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Very simple, the 11 Hunter XP rifle has an Accu-trigger. this trigger has adjustable pull pressure.
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Does this gun come in a 22-250?

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The Savage Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, IK-291356, is available in 22-250.
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yup. shoots Hornady 50 grain V-Max really well
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Will this take 556

Will this take 223 and 556 or will it over pressure the chamber?
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The manufacturer does not recommend to shoot 5.56 NATO ammunition through the .223 caliber Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item # IK-291356.
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The 5.56 cartridge is a military based cartridge, the walls of the casing are thicker than a .223 case. This in turn causes higher pressures because of the reduced volume of the case (power has a smaller burn area). Basically, the case is the same "size" but the reduced internal volume of the case (due to the thicker walls) raises chamber pressure. That is why you see AR-15's advertised as .223/5.56. The .223 round has much lower peak pressures than the 5.56, therefore, it is ok to shoot a .223 in a 5.56 but not ok th shoot a 5.56 in a .223.....
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Can you get this gun in left hand as well?

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The Savage Arms Axis Next Gen. # IK-291356, is manufactured
by Savage in a left handed variant. To purchase one would require
a special order from the manufacturer.
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The SAVAGE website does list the Axis in a Left handed model. Most likely this would be a special order item.
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Does this gun come with a warranty?

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The Savage® Arms Axis Next Gen. 1 Combo, item # IK:291356, will come with a warranty through Savage. The following link will give more details outlining Savage's warranty.

http://www.savagearms.com/customers...
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Savage firearms have a 1 (one) year warranty from date of purchase.
Country: United States
State: Minnesota
Age: 36-45
Gender: Male
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