Savage Axis II XP 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with Mossy Oak Terra Gila Stock and 4-12x40mm Riflescope
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Savage Axis II XP 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with 4-12x40mm Scope and Heavy Barrel
Savage 110 Tactical 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with 24-Inch Threaded Barrel
Savage 110 Tactical 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with 24 inch Threaded Barrel (Left Handed Model)
Savage 110 Tactical Desert 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with Flat Dark Earth Stock
Ruger American Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor w/ GoWild I-M Brush Camo Stock and AI-Style Magazin
Savage Axis II XP 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with FDE Stock and Bushnell 3-9x40mm Riflescope
Savage 110 Apex Storm XP 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with Stainless Barrel and Vortex Crossfire 3-9x40mm Riflescope
Masterpiece Arms 6.5 Creedmoor Precision Rifle with Patriot Cerakote Finish and Black Barrel
Christensen Arms Mesa 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle with Burnt Bronze Cerakote Barrel and Green
Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, the Performance Center T/C Long Range Rifle also includes a 20 MOA picatinny-style rail and 5R rifled, fluted barrel for enhanced accuracy. Built for the precision shooter, featuring an adjustable cheek piece and butt plate for a custom fit and built-in Magpul® M-LOK® slots for quick, easy mounting of accessories. The rifle features a threaded barrel with muzzle brake, and a Performance Center trigger that’s adjustable from 2.5 to 3.5 pounds for precise tuning.
Snatched this up during what I guess would have been Christmas sale 2018, as I only paid 949. I of course was also looking at the Ruger rpr, as well as other entry level Precision rifles. I watched all the YouTube videos, read all the magazine reviews, and exhausted everything that I could read about each of the rifles in this category. Ultimately I selected the TC.
I've had it to the range several times now and from the first bullet to the last, this thing has shot spot on. I'm very happy with the performance, the quality, the looks, the ergonomics, Etc. I coupled mine with a Sig Sauer scope, MDT rings, and I did change the pistol grip into a vertical grip. All in all this is a great shooting rifle.
My only gripe with the rifle is that you cannot get the bolt out without either taking off the cheek weld, or removing the entire butt stock completely. I found simply removing the cheek weld to be the easier option as it requires no tools. The stock does not fold. Purchase through Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore was my first online purchase of a firearm and it was handled perfectly.
I was a bit skeptical when I ordered it, because of the price point. Then, when the rifle arrived, it was missing the cheek riser and I had to send it back. At this point, I'm ready to sell it before I even shoot it. It took about one week to send the first rifle back and get its replacement, but was well worth the wait.
Right out of the box, I was shooting sub half minute with Hornady ELD 147gr Match, and was entirely too easy to make 870 yard shots. The trigger breaks clean with very little overall travel at a very light 1lb 13oz. The bipod it comes with is just shy of useless, but it's a nice touch and the soft case is pretty well made. I have shot this back to back with the Ruger Precision Rifle and it outshines the RPR. My buddy with the RPR reluctantly agrees. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to shoot a mile or less.