So this guy walks onto a thousand-yard range and says I has this action he says, but I don’t got no stock, you know? But he says it’ll still shoot MOA at a thousand yards ’cause it’s a special action he says but the other guy says no way it’s a thousand-yard rifle, it don’t got a stock and not just any old piece of wood can make a gun a thousand-yard rifle you know.
But the guy says sure, get me any old piece of wood and I’ll shoot this gun at the thousand-yard range no problem, and so the other guy say you wanna bet you’re gun’ll shoot MOA at the thousand-yard range? I’ll get you any old piece of wood alright, and sure enough he comes back with a two-by-four you know.
Well wouldn’t you know it, that rifle was held together with nothin’ more than electrical tape, you know, it didn’t even have a trigger guard or anything, but sure enough, the guy puts it down on the thousand-yard range and he just puts bullet after bullet in the 10-ring and everyone was like, gosh, did you see that? He’s got a rifle built on a two-by-four and he’s shooting MOA at the thousand-yard range!
Nobody there’d seen anything like it, you know, nothin’ like it ever. He says it’s a regular ol’ Savage action, you know, but it’s got this special Teludyne Tech custom work.
For a company with a name from a movie or somethin’ they sure know how to tune an action, you know?