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Savage Arms A22 FDE Rifle w/ Bushnell TRS-25 Red Dot and 25rd Magazine 47210

SKU: 34561469  |

Availability: In stock

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$299.97
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Description

Stealing the modern and attractive looks of the Savage Arms™ A17, the first high-performance semi-automatic rimfire specifically designed for the 17 HMR cartridge, Savage adds a new model to the A series. The new A22 semi-automatic 22LR features a straight-blowback action, the same thread-in headspace system as the brands centerfire rifles, a brand new Butler Creek A22 25-Round magazine, a steel receiver and the game changing Savage AccuTrigger which allows for a crisp, clean trigger pull that is fully user adjustable.

This special edition A22 features a Bushnell TRS-25 Red dot sight, and a out-of-the-ordinary Flat Dark Earth (FDE) stock.

Specifications

SKU 34561469
UPC 062654472107
Brand Savage Arms
Model Name A22
MPN 47210
Caliber .22 LR
Action Semi-Auto
Capacity 25+1
Barrel Length 16.5"
Length 35.5"
Weight 5.63lbs
Sights Bushnell TRS-25 Red Dot
Stock FDE Synthetic
Grip Standard
Trigger AccuTrigger
Safety -
Finish Matte Black
Condition New in Box
Color No
Price $299.97

Reviews

Savage Arms A22 FDE Rifle w/ Bushnell TRS-25 Red Dot and 25rd Magazine 47210 Review by Wethepeople
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Great price!!! had it shipped to store, ran a 25 mag no issuers (Posted on 3/12/2020)
Great value, wonderful product Review by Blacksheep
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I bought this when it was on sale and was surprised at the quality. Love it, but may have to buy another. My wife loved it also, and now claims it. Red dot took only 4 clicks to be on center. Very accurate. (Posted on 3/6/2020)
Great little rifle Review by 6mmtcu
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This little rifle shoots way better than price suggests it would . This rifle is a tack driver ! I adjusted the trigger first thing . It took a couple hundred rounds to smooth out . I have only tried 2 different rounds in this rifle and they both shoot sub 1/2" groups at 50 yards . Many groups 1/4" if I do my part behind the rifle . The only complaint I have with this rifle is the supplied 10 round mag. It takes a little learning to load it quickly . Looks similar to Ruger 10/22, but does not load as easily. Great little rifle for the $$! (Posted on 3/5/2020)
Savage hits the mark again!!! Review by Pahunter
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This is my second Savage Rimfire and well worth the money spent!!! Accurate, fun to shoot, and well made... Rkguns had a great deal and I couldn’t be happier with the purchase!!! Have only put about 100 rounds through it but have had no issues so far. The magazine insert position is a little finicky but once I figured out how to insert it properly I’ve had no problems with it. 25 round magazine is a great addition!!! Would recommend and buy again for sure!!! (Posted on 3/5/2020)
Good Review by Jim
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Haven't had chance to shoot but so far happy with the product! (Posted on 3/5/2020)
Great rifle Review by OldMan
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1st of all it took four calendar days to get my rifle not 7 to 10 business days like RK site suggests. The rifle shoots more accurate than I can at 50 yds,it comes with 2 mags (10 & 25 round ) and I like the heavy barrel for bench shooting.the trigger could be a little lighter just my preference overall a great rifle. I would recommend to get one you won't be disappointed. (Posted on 3/2/2020)
Good Quality and Great Value Review by Scott E.
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This particular package is a great deal, especially if you get it when it's on sale. It comes with one 10-round rotary mag and one 25-round Butler Creek mag. The barrel is suppressor ready, which is a nice addition. The Bushnell optic works well and was easy to get sighted in, but the knob for the brightness is a little stiff to move. Also, be careful when loading the mag...if you pull the loading tab too far it will not feed correctly. I load it without the tab and it functions flawlessly. My only complaint is the plastic of the stock is very slick and has no grip. I might paint it with textured paint to add some grip. Overall it's a solid rifle and I'd buy another one. It has some nicer features than a 10/22, such as the bolt lock and you don't have to push a button to release the bolt, just pull back. It is also very easy to disassemble for cleaning. (Posted on 3/1/2020)
Buy a 10/22 instead Review by Fortis
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The fit and finish on this rifle doesn't compare with that of Ruger rifles.
The benefits of the A22 are the steel receiver and the fact that you don't need to remove the barreled action from the stock to clean it--just remove the bolt and run a rod down the barrel from the breech end.
The drawbacks of this rifle are the horrible cheap stock, the bad trigger, and the short barrel, not like in the photo on this site, that makes the whole rifle look ugly.
The AccuTrigger is overrated because the pull weight reduces to no farther than 4 pounds (I check with Savage about this) and the trigger's reset is an overly long distance from where the shot breaks. This adds up to a lot of trigger movement.
Out of the box, the Ruger 10/22 trigger is bad, but it can be totally solved with a $50 BX trigger. As of now, the A22 trigger has no such remedy. (Posted on 3/1/2020)
Excellent rifle for the price Review by JD
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I ordered this on a Friday and got it the following Tuesday. This rifle is very accurate , sighted in at 50 yd was hitting a 2" spinner almost every time. The only con of the rifle is that I would like the trigger to be a little bit lighter. It is not quite as good as my a 17 but a lot better than my 1022 when it was stock. You get 2 magazines with this rifle one is a savage 10 round the other a Butler Creek 25 round both Work great. If you are thinking about buying this rifle I would suggest do it before they are all gone. (Posted on 2/22/2020)
Great rifle for the price Review by Jay
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I looked at several .22 before making the decision to buy this one and I have to say I was very impressed by it. I did however take the red dot sight off and I will hold on to it for another gun and I put a 4-12×40 nikon scope on it. I havent shot it at 100 yards yet but I have shot at 60 and it is spot on. (Posted on 2/17/2020)
Great package Review by Peifoon
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What a great deal. Adjustable trigger, heavy threaded barrel, nice red-dot. You get a flush fit 10 round and a 25 round magazine. The synthetic stock is also a keeper. A Ruger 10/22 may have more add-ons but Savage put everything I wanted in one package. (Posted on 2/5/2020)
Plinkin fun Review by Big Tom
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Shoots well, takes some getting used to with the red-dot wish it had open sights but it is accurate. No troubles with ammo and 25 round clip is awesome. Also barrel is threaded for a suppressor. (Posted on 1/24/2020)
Excellent value, accurate. Review by Craig
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Surprised at the quality of the synthetic stock. Disassembled, cleaned, and lubed before first use.
Found it to be a well made rifle, especially the steel receiver and barrel attachment method.
Feeds every ammo I tried with CCI standard velocity producing one ragged hole 10 shot groups at 25 yards. (Posted on 1/23/2020)

Warranty

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Does it have a threaded barrel
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Is the barrel threaded?
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What's the actual length on this barrel? The stock image makes the barrel appear to be 20 or 22 inches, but on other websites, the barrel appears to be very short.
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is this a 22 cal long rifle or a .17 HMR ??
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Does this model have a fluted heavy barrel used on an A22 Varmint Pro model?
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