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A disclosure here. This post is a bit of a tease.

First, I shot that group. There was zero wind.

This rifle is the wife's gun. When we were courting, I took her on a date shooting Montana gophers, Loaned her the gun to shoot. She complained that the stock was to long -she had a hard time reaching the trigger and seeing in the scope.

I told her that all could be fixed by fitting the stock to her. She said so do it. I tried to explain to her that this was the gun I loaned company when they came to visit and shoot gophers. She said "fix my gun". Her gun??

So now the LoP is 11.75 inches.

This gun is a Savage 93R17. It has the accu-trigger and bull barrel. The scope a Simmons 3-12x40 SP scope. A good combination for carrying in the truck for gopher shooting in Montana.

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In order for me to shoot this gun, with the butt sucked into my shoulder, I have to pull my head way back to get eye relief. Not conducive to good shooting.

This gun makes for a good inexpensive and accurate, over the counter varmint gun.
 
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