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zulu
05-03-2015, 11:16 AM
Savage 11/111 in 243, no accu trigger and no accu stock version. In used hunting condition. With the dbm as well.

I just want to know what you guys think this would be valued at. I've been offered it as a trade and I like savages but I'm not too sure about this model with the stock and trigger not being the accu one

Drache
05-03-2015, 12:21 PM
Pre-accutrigger and Pre-accustock in hunting condition. About $400. In essence you're looking at an Axis with a tiny bit better stock.

Rory McCanuck
05-03-2015, 12:56 PM
Pre-accutrigger and Pre-accustock in hunting condition. About $400. In essence you're looking at an Axis with a tiny bit better stock.
+1
Maybe a bit more ~$50, but that neighbourhood.

kennymo
05-03-2015, 03:08 PM
A Rifle Basix trigger will tune that thing up right quick. I concur with the previously mentioned pricing.

Lee Enfield
05-03-2015, 04:18 PM
Put it up on the Canadian Garden Network for a grand and join the other overpriced rifles on that site.

BrotherRockeye
05-03-2015, 09:47 PM
Put it up on the Canadian Garden Network for a grand and join the other overpriced rifles on that site.

really?

the man asks for advice on the value of a rifle offered him in a trade and you reply by slagging CGN...brilliant :FP2

Drache
05-03-2015, 09:51 PM
really?

the man asks for advice on the value of a rifle offered him in a trade and you reply by slagging CGN...brilliant :FP2

He doesn't know how to do much else besides slag CGN or Police :pot:

I kid, I kid http://www.dodgecharger.com/forum/Smileys/extras/nana.gif

762shooter
05-03-2015, 11:01 PM
The LGS in my town has been selling that rifle in a package with a cheap Bushnell scope and rings for $450 plus taxes. They are a serviceable rifle, way better than an Axis in my opinion. I wouldn't want to pay more than $400 absolute max for one that is used and needs bases, rings and scope.

Lee Enfield
05-03-2015, 11:06 PM
He doesn't know how to do much else besides slag CGN or Police :pot:

I kid, I kid http://www.dodgecharger.com/forum/Smileys/extras/nana.gif

No you don't, you should take lessons on being more subtle but I probably expect too much. Show me where I have said anything but the truth about miscreant cops or over priced guns on the Garden Network.

JustBen
05-04-2015, 06:25 AM
Same gun currently on alberta outdoorsman for $400. If it helps, I'd do $400 shipped to me for that gun :)

Miles ahead of an Axis in my opinion.

Drache
05-04-2015, 07:35 AM
No you don't, you should take lessons on being more subtle but I probably expect too much. Show me where I have said anything but the truth about miscreant cops or over priced guns on the Garden Network.

Wow you really need to get a sense of humor....

http://i.imgur.com/lVfrCbb.jpg

saskgunowner
05-04-2015, 01:26 PM
Savage 11/111 in 243, no accu trigger and no accu stock version. In used hunting condition. With the dbm as well.

I just want to know what you guys think this would be valued at. I've been offered it as a trade and I like savages but I'm not too sure about this model with the stock and trigger not being the accu one

I love salvage rifles. I had one of these in 30-06, I finally just sold because it was the only one I used for deer hunting. The rest were neglected. Still have one in 243, that the missus gave me when I bought her a MuddyGirl Axis.

While the stock is not the best, it's worlds better than the Axis line (to me), which is not the same rifle, it has a different recoil lug/stock/trigger group. You can adjust the trigger down on the 11/111 series (non accu-trigger) very easily to around 3 lbs, a nice weight for a hunting rifle. I'd value one in good condition at $325-350.

Drache
05-04-2015, 02:12 PM
While the stock is not the best, it's worlds better than the Axis line (to me), which is not the same rifle, it has a different recoil lug/stock/trigger group.


same receiver and barrel is what I meant. The triggers are now 100% the same (both are standard accutriggers).

kennymo
05-04-2015, 02:28 PM
same receiver and barrel is what I meant. The triggers are now 100% the same (both are standard accutriggers).

I am under the impression that the Axis uses a different receiver than the 110/111/116 Savages.

Lee Enfield
05-04-2015, 02:57 PM
I am under the impression that the Axis uses a different receiver than the 110/111/116 Savages.

You are right, there is NO commonality between the receiver of a Axis and a 110/11/116.

Drache
05-04-2015, 03:02 PM
I am under the impression that the Axis uses a different receiver than the 110/111/116 Savages.

According to Savage the Edge had the same receiver and barrel as the 11/111.

kennymo
05-04-2015, 03:18 PM
According to Savage the Edge had the same receiver and barrel as the 11/111.

I think it uses the same barrels and barrel nut, but it doesn't look like the 110 I had at all....never pulled the bolt out of one (too ugly to soil my hands with) to say if that's the same or not....

Drache
05-04-2015, 03:20 PM
I think it uses the same barrels and barrel nut, but it doesn't look like the 110 I had at all....never pulled the bolt out of one (too ugly to soil my hands with) to say if that's the same or not....

Granted when Savage told me this it was before the Edge ever made it to Canadian soil.

That being said the 11/111 and the Axis will shoot equally well.

kennymo
05-04-2015, 04:12 PM
Granted when Savage told me this it was before the Edge ever made it to Canadian soil.

That being said the 11/111 and the Axis will shoot equally well.

That we can agree on, though the 11/111 will do it in a slightly less ugly fashion. :)

Drache
05-04-2015, 04:13 PM
That we can agree on, though the 11/111 will do it in a slightly less ugly fashion. :)

Agreed

zulu
05-04-2015, 04:40 PM
Lol thanks guys, savages can get confusing to me.

saskgunowner
05-04-2015, 07:00 PM
same receiver and barrel is what I meant. The triggers are now 100% the same (both are standard accutriggers).

With the 111 and Axis sitting here, the only thing I could swap between the two if I wanted is the barrel. Non accu-trigger 111 and non accu-trigger Axis are completely different trigger groups.

Drache
05-04-2015, 07:05 PM
With the 111 and Axis sitting here, the only thing I could swap between the two if I wanted is the barrel. Non accu-trigger 111 and non accu-trigger Axis are completely different trigger groups.

Thus I said the accutriggers are the same :D

762shooter
05-04-2015, 11:30 PM
The reciever of the M 11/111 and the axis are completely different! I own an M 11 and I've sold many Axis rifles, no comparison! The M 11 is basically the old Savage 110 action, open topped, side bolt release and all. The axis is a "closed" receiver with only an ejection port milled in the right side. The bolt is different, even the primary extraction surface is completely different. The newer M 11 rifles do use the crappy Axis mag but the (slightly) older ones use the much better all metal mag.

I wouldn't be seen in public holding an Axis altho they do shoot acceptably and the trigger spring can be lightened.