Savage Arms Expands Line of Suppressor-Ready Rimfire Rifles

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posted on August 29, 2014
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Savage Arms has expanded its lineup of suppressor-ready rifles with three new rifles that convey quality and accuracy yet are priced to bring value. As the popularity of suppressors continues to grow, Savage parallels the growth by offering several firearms with threaded muzzles that easily accommodate aftermarket suppressors.

The bolt-action Model 93 FV-SR chambered in .22 WMR and Model 93R17 FV-SR chambered in .17 HMR weigh 5 lbs 5 ozs. Other specifications include overall length of 35 ¼” and a barrel length of 16 1/25 inches. Each are equipped with a heavy, fluted barrel which improves accuracy and dissipates heat quickly, an easy-to-use oversized bolt handle, and a 5-round detachable magazine, as well as Savage Arm’s user-adjustable AccuTrigger. The 93R17 FV-SR has a rate of twist of 1/9”, and the 93 FV-SR has 1/16”.The semi-automatic Model 64 FV-SR chambered in .22 Long Rifle weighs 5 lbs., and its other specifications include a rate of twist of 1/16”, an overall length of 36” and a barrel length of 16 ½”. The rifle is equipped with a 10-round detachable magazine.

All three rifles feature a ½”, 28-pitch threaded muzzle with a twist-off thread protector; a buttoned-rifled, carbon steel barrel; one-piece optic/accessory rail; checkered synthetic stock and black matte finish.

Part No. / Description / MSRP
96699 / 93R17 FV-SR – 17 HMR / $358
93207 / 93 FV-SR – 22 WMR. / $358
45110 / 64 FV-SR – 22 Long Rifle / $231

Learn more about these new suppressor-ready rifles and the entire Savage Arms line at savagearms.com.

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