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#5514658 - 08/12/11 10:23 AM savage barrels threaded vs non threaded
footindave Offline
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Just bought a savage model 10 in remington max-1 camo with the fluted barrel that is pressed not threaded and wondering your thoughts on a model with a threaded barrel? any difference in accuracy

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#5515506 - 08/12/11 02:48 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: footindave]
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Unless it's a brand new thing I don't think the Model 10 or any Savage/Stevens model based off the 110/10 action has press fit barrels.
They are all threaded and use a barrel nut for headspacing.
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#5515919 - 08/12/11 05:30 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: nsaqam]
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never heard of a Savage 10 not threaded. New for me .
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#5516035 - 08/12/11 06:16 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: bea175]
footindave Offline
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I thought so too but a salesman was explaining this whole thing on a savage carbine in 308 I was looking at, he advised the fluted version was threaded and no fluted pressed. This is the reason I posted this to try and get this straight because he said mine was pressed. I am thinking this dude was on crack

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#5516053 - 08/12/11 06:25 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: footindave]
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The dude is on crack.
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#5516056 - 08/12/11 06:26 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: nsaqam]
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maybe his crack pipe is press fit, not threaded.

Hence the confusion.
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#5523985 - 08/15/11 12:42 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: RWE]
Dave_Skinner Offline
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No, the BONG is press fit.

Going to a press fit would be completely irrational, given the headspacing labor would override the machine time saved.
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#5532411 - 08/17/11 07:01 PM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: nsaqam]
5spd Offline
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Originally Posted By: nsaqam
The dude is on crack.

Yup he's a lost soul on crack, maybe even meth....has no idea what he is talking about.
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#5533620 - 08/18/11 08:06 AM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: 5spd]
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he needs to move the other line so he sells you a song of [bleep].
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#5533723 - 08/18/11 08:46 AM Re: savage barrels threaded vs non threaded [Re: footindave]
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The only common CF rifles with press-fitted barrels that I'm aware of are the Remington 710/770 series. No Savage or Stevens CF rifle that I've seen has had a press-fitted barrel, but I've never seen the insides of either the current production 25s or 40s. Even the super economy grade Savage Axis/Edge has a threaded barrel, so if they were going to press-fit barrel, it would seem logical that the Axis/Edge would have been the rifle where they would have done so.

EDIT: I went over to the Savage site and looked at the Savage 10 Predator Hunter Max 1. Although there is nothing in the on-line details that specifically addresses the question of whether it has a press-fit or threaded barrel, the rifle that is pictured has a barrel nut.

JEff


Edited by 260Remguy (08/18/11 09:00 AM)
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