Originally Posted by Munch
I had the exact same issue with my 64 and did just trade it in on a 10/22. I was so frustrated with the rifle, I didn't even want it in the house anymore. I took a huge loss on it, but at least I have something that works. I have been a huge advocate for Savage, both here and in person. they make an outstanding product! The Model 64 however, is their black sheep in my opinion. I do look forward to owning a Savage in .308, far better rifle than I as a guidance system.
Yeah, I hear ya. It's really irritating. It's not that it's a really expensive rifle or anything, but it is frustrating.