The AXIS II Precision Rifle by Savage Arms is a true game-changer in the world of precision shooting. Engineered to deliver exceptional accuracy and reliability, this rifle is designed for shooters who demand top-tier performance without breaking the bank. With its impressive features and outstanding craftsmanship, the AXIS II Precision Rifle is the perfect companion for both experienced marksmen and those new to long-range shooting.
Key features of the AXIS II Precision Rifle include:
AccuTrigger: The Savage AXIS II Precision Rifle is equipped with the renowned AccuTrigger, a user-adjustable trigger system that allows shooters to fine-tune the trigger pull according to their preferences. This ensures a crisp, clean break and enhances shot control, resulting in consistent and precise shots.
Threaded Barrel: The rifle features a black threaded barrel, providing the option to attach muzzle devices such as suppressors or muzzle brakes. This allows shooters to reduce recoil and muzzle rise, improving overall shooting comfort and follow-up shot performance.
Detachable Box Magazine: This rifle utilizes a detachable 10-round box magazine, ensuring smooth and reliable feeding of cartridges. The magazine's generous capacity allows for more rounds to be carried without the need for frequent reloads.
Floating Bolt Head: The AXIS II Precision Rifle incorporates a floating bolt head that enhances accuracy by ensuring proper alignment with the chamber. This feature minimizes bullet runout, contributing to improved precision and consistency.
Matte Finish: The rifle boasts a durable matte finish, providing protection against the elements and reducing glare. This low-maintenance finish keeps the rifle looking sharp even after rigorous use in challenging conditions.
Adjustable Chassis: The AXIS II Precision Rifle is equipped with an adjustable aluminum chassis that allows shooters to customize the length of pull and comb height to their preference. This ensures a comfortable and secure shooting position, enhancing overall control and accuracy. The chassis is protected with an Olive Drab polymer skin.
Weaver Style Rail: The rifle features a full-length 30 MOA rail on top of the black steel receiver, providing a solid and versatile platform for mounting optics. Shooters can easily attach their preferred scope or red dot sight for precise aiming and target acquisition.
.223 Remington: This model of the AXIS II Precision Rifle is chambered for the .223 Remington cartridge, a popular and widely-available cartridge that is relatively economical to shoot.
The Savage AXIS II Precision Rifle is a testament to Savage Arms' commitment to providing shooters with a reliable, accurate and affordable precision rifle. With its exceptional features and outstanding performance, this rifle is sure to exceed your expectations on the range or in the field.
Order your AXIS II Precision Rifle today and begin experiencing the joy of hitting distant targets with unparalleled accuracy and consistency.
|Manufacturer Part Number||57549|
|Gun Color/Finish||Olive Drab Green|
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