Savage Model 64 Rimfire Rifle




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ParasidicGeneration: have one and love it i keep it behind the door

nick shaver: The trigger sucks balls on this gun

Pierre-Olivier Boucher: For a 125$ gun I dont mind when mine fails to fire once on 40 shot. Nice overall. crapty original sight and wont rust if not cleaned for a full year ( been there done that). Nice cheap and price/quality gun

anthony gallant: Love this gun for a 22 lr I can hold 6.5 inch gripes at 200 yards with it after a trigger job 

joel dominguez: beautiful

Wayne Shrewsbury: I enjoy my model 64 its a fun rifle to shoot.I mounted a Tasco 3x9 power scope and a bipod on it as well. and it shoots GREAT. I have a model 64f too. nice little bolt action. great vid.

badbob85037: clean it

jarod445: i bought one of these and was NOT happy, wouldnt feed a damn thing, not incredibly accurate, and the sights were bent. bought it BRAND NEW. would never buy a savage again, ive had 4 of them and all of them had issues. get a marlin instead

shawnsutube: Savage 22

deltasevenma7: I love savage. After I bought my first savage model 10 I can say I don't plan on buying any more hunting rifles that arent savage.

Bill Lloyd: My savage 64 is more reliable than my friends marlin model 60 especially once the carbon fouling builds up. But I do have to say the tube magazine on the 60 is nicer not having to reload as often. The 64 is as accurate as the trigger will allow. If you exercise good trigger control its capable of driving tacks. At 100 yards I can get 1" or less groups if I really concentrate. Love it for the $169 price tag (w/4x scope)

biggyrat57: Love both of mine. Iron sights are very accurate. Also have one with a Nikon .22lr BDC reticle. Best 22 's I own.Out shoot my 10/22's and Marlins. I don't own any high end like anschutz or Ruger 77/22 in .22lr. have my eyes on a CZ522 though.

Dante Magz: My favorite .22 round for the savage model 64 is blazers. They feed the best, and are most accurte.

BISQUIK4570: @millerusaf How about this idea? Mount three lasers on a AR to give it the Predator effect.

Gary Jordan: Nice!

cbarsonfire: Another old rifle that can be had for under 100 bucks is the Marlin Glenfield Model 60. The rifle has been in production since around 1960. Rifles made in the early 60s to the mid 1980's allowed 18 .22 rounds in the tube. Mid 80s the limit was changed to hold only 15 rounds. Over 11 million were made, so they can be often found at gun shows for dirt cheap.

MikeTango6: I also have one got it at Wal-Mart 124.00 out the door got it a few week ago great shooter, just have alot of magazines because they only make 10 rounders for them..

elToro Americano: Thanks miller this seems like a good alternative to 10/22. Here in california The lowest I can find a 10/22 in my city is $199

Tim Moore: @DManitouMan EXCEPT Winchester, I hate Winchester.

OmegaIsNear: I always didn't like the look of the savage although I never shot one, I'll have to reconsider after this review!

biggyrat57: mine is extraordinarily accurate. and i use iron sights. mine likes fiocchi and cci both best. great trigger too.

ProjectVIN: I've been a fan of yours and I own 3 guns: Ruger P95, Savage 64 & and Mossberg 500. Alike thinking of great minds!

orng1: Everyone should own a quality 22.

huntwithairguns: @blaziankhmer Nothing, but apparently the point of this video flew right over your head. Not everyone can afford a 10/22 believe it or not, and you can get this rifle for $130 new.

Bhromm001: can u mount a rail for a bipod on this gun

blaziankhmer: what's wrong with a 10/22? bulk pack federals, 2500 rounds without cleaning and it was flawless.

killinpigs: I've found mags at Gander for about $20.00, and I ordered two extra from Savage for about $14.99 each. Not bad. Excellent little rifle.

BISQUIK4570: Sweet rifle. I've always been a fan of the 25/06.

MikeTango6: I own one of these and love this model Savage ..

Repquarium: hey there i am getting this rifle myself and i would be happy to see more videos of you shooting or more reviews. :)

Steve Thompson: The mags for this rifle are rubbish. I had to file down the feed lips on the magazine cuz it kept failing to feed. But a great gun.

Michael Harrington: ONLY $130.00? I feel lucky to have paid only $109.00 for my 64F at Bass Pro in California last June!! Still having a hard time finding any ammo for it, though. Then I bought a Remington 597 last month and it was $175.00 with a limit of 325 rounds of Federal .22lr and I thought that was a steal! Prices have gone crazy which is why I'll never own a Ruger 10/22...way out there!!! My 64 has a scope and that rifle is so accurrate right out of the box, just like Savage rifles should be.GO AIR FORCE!

Bruce Valentine: cheaper than dirt :)

HabsGeorge: How much was wood stock one?

kijf5: at academy they come with a scope

ZombieMasterEd25: @REDNECKFURYFTW dude i kno the law please dont troll cause of that obvious fact. and really so what... its not ur problem stop looking for a pat on the back nobody cares its 2012!

Scorpiuszeroone: Good looking rifle!

Chad Hedges: Miller you should look at the BSA mil-dot scopes great deal they also have a AO , thanks for posting man.

Art Warmanen: I have one and like it. No problems with CCI ammo !

huntwithairguns: @daneinskeep How so? You can order them from MidwayUSA.

Michael Harrington: Go Air Force, Brother! Vietnam Vet here! Thailand, too. Weapons Specialist.

Blake Porter: Marlin 795. Even better and cheaper.

ryantaylor64: can you get extended mags for it

DManitouMan: I have that same rifle and mine jams unless I use CCI's

Jibnit Picon: This was my first rifle and it's awesome! It's very accurate and a great starter rifle.

Redneck Fury: @ZombieMasterEd25 so you ileagealy converted a semi auto to a full auto......if you were cought thats 10 years in fedrel prison.

badbob85037: polish the feed ramp

Lex5576: I own one of these with the Lakefield (Canada) name still stamed on it. The rifles are still made in Lakefield, Ontario, but under Savage ownership. The 64 has always been my favorite rimfire rifle, because I just like the simplicity and the way it handles.

7980flh: Bought one and have more failures to feed than feed's. The rounds jump up above the chamber. Two magazine's, same thing. Any suggestion's? Have tried different ammo. No difference.

Armed Defender Videos: @BISQUIK4570 Yes!!! ...ole painless is waitin.

Rating:
Savage Model 64 Rimfire Rifle 4.9 out of 5

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