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    Savage Impulse strait pull

    https://www.outdoorlife.com/story/gu...hunting-rifle/

    https://youtu.be/T0Te8I4UcFc

    First I’ve heard of this. Always been intrigued and wanted a European strait pull but price has kept me away. Love the idea of a strait pull bolt and can’t see why they aren’t the norm. One of these in 6.5 creedmore seems like it would make a great hunting rifle for a lefty like myself. Anyone have any thoughts?
    Last edited by graffex; 01-06-21 at 17:51.

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    I always wanted a Mauser 96 American.

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    The ball bearing lock up is cool. Forget the maker, but there is a European rifle that I assume it is similar to which works a lot like a QD sling swivel.

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    Heym uses a similar lockup.

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    Love my Blaser. First fell in love with the Straight Pull action as a kid with a Browning T Bolt.
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    Yeah I’ve always wanted a blazer. A bit to spend for a hunting gun for me but maybe one day ��

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    Here is an interesting article about straight-pull rifles. Although the new Savage seems expensive to me, it is an absolute bargain compared to the straight-pull rifles mentioned in that article.
    https://gundigest.com/rifles/hunting...t-action-rifle

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