Joshua Reynolds: this would be a great starter gun for a 10 year old in my opinion not to
knock anybody who owns and uses one i just think it would be great for a
outcomeagent: How is it on shooting slugs
Bill Williams: Thank you for a very educational video, I learned allot!!
Austin Larson: I have a 24 in 223 and 12ga. It's a heavy gun but it's still lighter than
Rebel Rhymes: Ingenious, useful survival weapon
scott6154: Nice Job!
EDWARD WAYNE WHITALL: DON'T LET THE GUN NUTS WIN.
Gunblastdotcom: There are better choices, but it would certainly work for that. jeff
9stafford9: any thing out there with .22lr over 30/30 or .223 or like, take small game
if wild pig get in the way have good range with hitting power .
TheKodiak72: a .45 LC shot from it wouldnt blow the gun up.
Ike Ozurumba: could I trouble you to know what song that is at the end of the video?
Aubrey Collins: The case of a 22wmr is slightly larger, so it can't be placed in a 22lr. It
just won't fit.
Gunblastdotcom: MSRP is $344.14.
hoshnasi: Those M6 are exceedingly expensive! This Savage 42 is not exactly an
economic offering either though.
vettelover2009: you're a real treasure...your parents should have buried you
Gunblastdotcom: Yes I can. Jeff
grayghost1031: Jeff thanks for the great video as always. Please let us know when they
release the 22mag version. I pick one up under $350 yesterday. I love it, I
had the older over and under and they were a bit heavy not this one. Again
thank you for work you do. Take care my friend, Gray ghost
Gunblastdotcom: Only speculation. jeff
Angel Gonzales: Any gun made to be able to fire different cartridges will specify.
Gunblastdotcom: Yes, you can. Shorts will not cycle most semi-autos, but that is not an
issue with this one.
vettelover2009: you might wanna start looking at a 12 gauge with hard cast slugs for bear
my friend...or you might just be his dinner
JohnTheHater: A folding stock would be awesome.
Gunblastdotcom: i would not. Jeff
Todd Epley: what is a good price for one of those?
bitbrace: love the flag at the end
Lavrentizodiac: with Wood grip it might look better.
Gunblastdotcom: It is not the same. jeff
FrenziedTanates: Great video, I'm gonna pick one up asap. I noticed the hex head bolt used
as a pivot, can this rifle be broke down into two pieces for more compact
storage? Like for example a bug out bag.
Dutchman389: If Savage was smart they ought to have you do their video for them. Well
RiZing Phenix: Nice review, and epic beard man!
dryfire fivepointfivesix: i love the stock, really nice!
Gunblastdotcom: Only at close range. Jeff
Howard Moore: would you trade a old model 24 22/410 for the new model 42
shoopwhoopX: Neat, clean gun indeed, but not at all worth $400 msrp
mikeh47000: I read this on an online forum: "the .22LR shot about 10 inches high at 50
yards, with the shotgun barrel shooting dead on at 10 yards. This was with
the polymer sight in its lowest position". And they said they'd have to
file the sites for them to be useable. What did you find? And how much did
your .410 pattern spread at 25 yards? I'm planning on buying one, but I
just want to find out some details first.Thanks!
hunt458: Everybody I talk to wants a .22 cal/12gauge combo for all around hunting
with just one gun.. They like the .22 for small game but have little use
for a .410 on waterfowl or large game.
iknowsstuff: if only they replaced that pivot pin bolt with some sort of quick removal
morgan painter: Nice review, thanks for showing that to us. Savage has shown to be quite
the innovator. A few years ago I bought a really nice 12 gauge of theirs.
It works perfect. It's the all black polymer model 88. My son and I have
put close to 1,000 shells through without a single problem. Then a few
months ago I bought a .17 bolt action of theirs to control the gophers and
other varmints on my land. It is so accurate its hard to believe. At 200
yards it will take out a gopher, flips them in the air.
srspower: Thanks for the info, i've not shot a .22wmr but assumed it would be the
same diameter as a .22lr just longer. I guess i was wrong!
asssface2000: no choke? so does 45 colt chamber in it?
lightlearner: like my m6 scout
Vergon3256: Good job Ethan
ridgernr63: Great review, enjoyable and informative.
bbo40: if this gun came in 30-30, .223, or .38/.357 and a 20gauge bottem I would
consider buying it.
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