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Have a 308 savage striker.Anyone convert to rifle?
1]it has 4.4 stock screw spacing-will a accufit stock with same spacing work?The action has a left bolt,so maybe a left hand stock?
2]midgrip now - will a savage rifle trigger fit the action?
3]will definately have to get longer barrel-6br norma probably
4[BIG question is it worth it or just sell and get a reasonable rifle to rebarrel
the pistol is stainless-like that absolutely hate the trigger.Early trigger with the roller on back.Adjusted down,but used to triggers in my xp-s in the ozs.target shoot only
joined savage shooters but wont let me post.also said memberships not available.
Long winded,but looking for some good advise
THANKS
 
Posts: 98 | Location: upper east tennessee | Registered: January 24, 2018Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Your better off to just sell it. Buy what you want.
 
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Originally posted by Hoggin:
Your better off to just sell it. Buy what you want.

Agree 100%
 
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Left bolt right eject. I know of several guys that have them and really liked the setup as a rifle. I passed on one a while back and wish I would have snagged it now.


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Posts: 3023 | Location: Kansas U.S of A | Registered: November 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post


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I agree, sell it as is and keep it intact. They don’t make Strikers anymore and I’d rather see it stay in circulation. You can do a rifle in many configurations.


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Posts: 1837 | Location: Mid-MO | Registered: March 30, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Thanks for all the input.I listed on an auction site. BT was convincing-keep our bolt pistols intact.Also,would have as much or more in a conversion as others have said.Thanks everyone for sound advise. PS I do like right eject,left bolts
 
Posts: 98 | Location: upper east tennessee | Registered: January 24, 2018Reply With QuoteReport This Post



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Good call on selling it. The action screws are 4.4 but the action screw to recoil lug spacing is different. They wont fit in a normal 4.4 rifle stock.

A 110 savage trigger will fit in the action though incase you want to convert it to rear grip at some point.
 
Posts: 961 | Location: Howell MI | Registered: December 11, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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