paul enerson: Bought one today can't wait for tomorrow so I can pick it up!
mike fielding: I bought a axis 308 will not shoot different ammo consistently sent back to
factory said burrs in barrel sent back shot 150 grain fine put a 168
federal in it shot was 9 inches high 6 right then the 150s were off sighted
to the 168 grain 150s were off paper worst gun I ever purchased . bought
weatherby s2 25-06 drives tacks no matter what I put in it at 200 dollars
more than the axis . savage factory just gives me well it is designed to
shoot 168 grain well with ammo the way it is it had better be able to soot
a little of everything . I know different rounds will shoot maybe up to 3
inches off but this gun is nuts
craigslistrr O: I think I would tighten up that group Just a bit before heading out.
thebudgetarmory1: I tried to convince BK111 into letting me shoot some steel, but he kept
saying something about not being rated for rifles, and something about
holes in his plates. I dunno. LOL!
aux1z11: Can anyone tell me what would be better as im looking to buy either a rifle
that takes 308 or i kind of like this marlin lever gun that takes 44 mag ,
i just cant make my mind up.
TexasSmoking: now get out in the woods and get some meat
ke4hzc: Hey Ed..love your videos, but I really miss the "Overly Tactical Chef".When
will he be back with another great recipe? Another thing I like about you
is that we both have an appreciatation for the greatest crime fighter the
world has ever known, Sledge Hammer.
THEORIGINALBIGKAHUNA: I showed the wife your beef fried rice vid yesterday - she loved it and it
looks like we'll be having it for dinner tomorrow.
thebudgetarmory1: It depends on what you're going to use it for.
ZiggyD4wg: The Savage axis was the first rifle my dad bought for me.
thebudgetarmory1: Excellent first choice!
MyHollowpoint: Love me some .308 :)
thebudgetarmory1: Thanks, Ray!
Willlovesmusic: nice. thinking about a long gun, a good single shot for me.
thebudgetarmory1: Oh, that's where it went. LOL!
thebudgetarmory1: One of the best purchases I've ever made in my life.
thebudgetarmory1: I see some fresh pork in my future.
thebudgetarmory1: I smell fresh pork. Do you smell fresh pork?
thebudgetarmory1: I believe you are correct. It wasn't the most comfortable position, but I
think the rifle did great.
jpaho: Looks like the missing shot went through the bottom hole, yea yea thats
thebudgetarmory1: It's working out great! I traded in a Remington 700 to get this, and I
couldn't be happier. To be fair, I got the 700 used a long time ago, and I
think the previous owner messed up the barrel crown when he put on that
muzzle brake. I was getting 5" groups at 100 yards with that Remington!
Willlovesmusic: Yes, I was thinking one chambered for 30-06.
Walter B: Very good shooting. Thanks for video.
brotherskeepers111: Hogs beware
Ray Edwards: Love the recoil, Ed...Very nice rifle.
thebudgetarmory1: Believe me, I would love a Nikon to slap on top of that rifle, but the
rifle cost me only $300 total. It's not a bad piece of glass. It does what
I need it to do. Maybe someday, though.
thebudgetarmory1: The zero held up great until the crosshair insert moved out of it's slot
completely. Fortunately, Savage sent me a brand new scope.
jbum03: Darn excellent leaf blower!!! Not bad shootin.
thebudgetarmory1: Nothing except a better shooter. LOL!
masterofce: What state are you in?
isotoperesearch11: How does the zero hold up on the stock scope? Thanks.
revistadearmas: I like the Savage Axis price I own the old savage edge and the trigger is
not adjustable :( With that bushnell 3x9 I hit a pumpkin at 335 yards,
upgrade that scope and you got a good entry rifle
thebudgetarmory1: The Savage 110 is a great rifle.
thebudgetarmory1: I just saw your comment. Sorry I didn't get back to you. I don't have any
experience with any other Savage except the 110, and that was a long time
Marine052191: Trading two M44 Mosin's for one at my local shop. Didn't like how I couldnt
pull my groups in with the Mosin's.
jpaho: Yes it looks like two rounds into one hole.
jimmyt568: would love to hear your comments on savage 308 model 14 classic.. as far as
range and recommended grain and bullet for consistant 875+ shots..(btw i
have a model 14 and have consistant group of 2-4 inch at 900. was just
wondering what your comments and recomendations would be
Cabanas751Dunhill: I can't / don't eat pork or any other unclean foods intentionally... but
yeas was thinking of a bountiful year --- lots of good foods out there
thebudgetarmory1: You know, I was thinking about resurrecting that. I'll have to see. Thanks!
thebudgetarmory1: Everyone should have a similar model leafblower. LOL!
thebudgetarmory1: It is fast becoming a favorite round.
thebudgetarmory1: Thanks for watching.
Walter B: Missing a shot? Look in your truck. ;-)
thebudgetarmory1: I've seen the mags go for somewhere north of the $60 range. That is, if you
can find them.
biguy525: Not bad, probably would not take that much work to tighten up that group.
flowerguy643: Mine to they are really great rifles.
silversniper22: Nice rifle.. But deserves better optics than that cheap glass you have on
it.. Go for a nikon monarch or a leopold vx.. I use a nikon monarch 6-24x50
on my cz and its a tac driver with surplus ammo
GARYMANDIEVAN: Thats a Hog Killer for sure, it want be long now
Thermopylae2007: I saw what looked like the missing shot just off the right edge of the
target. Good shooting, but I'm really glad that I got the Stevens 200
(based on the Savage 10/110 action) for perhaps just a tad more than the
Axis. I'd prefer the plain jane economical version of a tried and tested
action over the Edge/Axis, though I'm sure that the latter are fine for
most of it's intended users.