Originally Posted by retired grunt
Is that an aftermarket trigger I see? Reason I ask is because I hate the trigger on mine (wobbly creepy thing) and i also think the stock is way to light compared to the barrel real front heavy! but aside from that the gun is sub moa at 100 yards off a rest
I can tell you how to fix that trigger...if you are interested. It's very easy and works great for the old non accu-trigger models
I added a pound of "duct seal" to my Savage with a "tupperware" butt stock to balance it out.
Here's the one that I added duct seal putty to the butt and a cheek riser. I dont know why their plastic stocks have so much drop to the butt stock, the riser really improved it. It's a 17 Mach2.
I bought one the first year that Savage made the 93 in 17HMR, it has a nice wood stock and is accurate as hell too.
Link to the Accu-Riser cheek riser at Cabela's.
Link to duct seal putty, some people don't know what it is. Lowe's or Home Depot should carry the stuff. If you stuff it in there the stock will hold about a pound of it.
Link to info on fixing the old triggers. They say to use a .25 shim but I found that one of mine needed more and and the other less than that. I buy cheap feeler gauges for this and cut off a piece from what thickness I need.