The Savage Arms AXIS II XP
The Savage Arms AXIS II XP Youth Muddy Girl Pink Camo
The Savage Arms AXIS II XP Youth
Savage Arms knew it had something special with its AXIS series of bolt-action centerfire rifles. The manufacturer has gone and done one better for 2014.
The company has released the new AXIS II XP scoped-rifle series.
Like the original AXIS, the AXIS II XP features a silky-smooth bolt, a detachable box magazine and a button-rifled barrel. It also includes Savage’s user-adjustable AccuTrigger. Available in a wide range of calibers, the AXIS II XP weighs 6.5 pounds and measures 43.875 inches long.
The rifle package includes a Weaver KASPA 3-9x40mm scope, which comes mounted and boresighted. The optic features one-piece-tube construction, fully multi-coated lenses, nitrogen-purging, fog-free viewing and crisp ¼-inch MOA adjustments. It carries the Weaver Limited Lifetime Guarantee.
Savage also offers the AXIS II XP in two youth models chambered in 243 Win. Both feature a 3-9x40mm Weaver KASPA scope mounted on a compact rifle with a 20-inch barrel and an overall length of 40 inches to better fit small-framed individuals.
Youth models are available with a black composite stock or a composite stock dipped with Muddy Girl pink camouflage.
The AXIS II XP retails for $489. The AXIS II XP Youth retails for $489 and the AXIS II XP Youth in Muddy Girl pink camo retails for $525.
For more information on the AXIS II XP scoped-rifle series and other products from Savage Arms, please visit SavageArms.com.
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