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Even when shooting long range in harsh prairie winds Savage Arms' 12 FV Bolt-Action Varmint Rifles ensure pesky prairie dogs and woodchucks don't stand a chance. Featuring a revolutionary, adjustable AccuTrigger™, button rifling and free-floating barrels, they're not only durable and super-accurate, they are also easy to clean. Carbon-steel barrel and receiver feature a matte blued finish and pillar bedding black synthetic stock. Different rates of twist stabilize heavier bullets on long-range shots. Drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Also includes an internal box magazine, oversized bolt handle, cut checkering, swivel studs and recoil pad.
Item number#: IK-292379

12FV .22-250 Remington 26 inches 4 Matte Blued Black Synthetic 1:12 46 8.75 pounds 04162198
12FV .308 Winchester 26 inches 4 Matte Blued Black Synthetic 1:10 46 8.75 pounds 04162200
12FV .204 Ruger 26 inches 4 Matte Blued Black Synthetic 1:12 46 8.75 pounds 04162199
12FV .223 Remington 26 inches 4 Matte Blued Black Synthetic 1:9 46 8.75 pounds 04162186

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Savage is garbage, bought a .22 rifle and submit the rebate, always told me there’s something wrong, I took all the barcode and upload online. Never deal with them!

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Update. I got both rebates. I got the $100 off so paid $269 plus tax. And I got the free savage t shirt and beer coozy. Clearly a $169 value. So the gun just cost me $100... lol ok t-shirt was a nice bonus

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How did you get rebates?

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They had 100 off rebate a few months ago

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I got one of these in .308 3-4 months ago. Sub moa out of the box. Its heavy. But it's my target gun. Weight helps keep it steady. Very nice construction. Super high quality action, trigger and barrel. They make Boyd's stocks if you want to make it really cool down the road.

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Wait for the August-December promotions. While you're waiting, pick up some Cabela's gift cards from Ebay for a additional 20% discount, and sign up for "Free Money" on Ebates. Last year I was able to get one of these in 6.5 Creedmoor for under $225 total with 9% tax included. If I had used gift cards it would have been under $165.

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They finally opened a Cabela's near me a few months back. I called and they had 7 of the 6.5 Creedmoore rifles in stock. I drove in and picked one up. While I was there they sold 2 more and one was sold before I arrived. I feel like that I was able to pick one up. Fingers crossed for the rebate to go through

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Does anyone know if this time around if they have settled the rebate issue? If you buy it within the rebate window will they honor the rebate if you don't get your gun until after the rebate postmark deadline?

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I had an issue with a savage rebate last month. No upc on the box. Talked with rep via chat and sent me out a $100 gift card no problems

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I had a rebate issue with another savage. I had no upc on my box to send in. Talked to rep via chat and they just sent me out a $100 gift card no.pproblems.problemsam aam

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Spoke to the rebate center. They said you still need to send in the rebate form and copy of receipt by the postmark deadline and make a note in the rebate form that the rifle was in backorder and that you were waiting for UPC. Once rifle comes in you have to call the rebate center and they will give you instructions to update rebate.
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Yes, thanks for the info

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Thanks!

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Bought these in .223, .308 and 6.5 over the past couple years. Really cant beat em for the price. Got em all for around $200. The only thing I dont like is the stock is pretty flimsy. They still shoot pretty good outta the box and if you develop a load for them they shoot even better. Ive gotten them to shoot .5 moa or better.

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I was able to get one in the end for about $165 out the door when factoring gift cards, rebate, and active junky. Pretty good deal on a budget rifle that should be sub moa.

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Nevermind. I just figured out what activejunky is. That's pretty cool. Thanks.

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How do you get it out the door for $165? Do you not have any sales tax where you live? I get the $100 gift card for $80 bit And military discount helps. Is there any other tip that I'm unaware of?

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That’s when it’s for $219?

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You have to buy the 20% gift cards in advance from eBay. They usually have a limit of 2/3 at a time though. Then the rebate and activejunky.

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Got it! you count the discounted GC for that.

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I can't find information for the $100 MIR

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I had one of these in 223 and I really liked it's accuracy but did not care for the actual rifle itself (if that makes sense). The trigger was nice, my first experience with an accutrigger. My copy favored Aguila 55gr rounds. The built-in mag is not my bag, but that's just personal preference. Weight was over 10 pounds with my scope set up. I ended up selling it because I was never able to fix the sticky bolt issue that some other savage owners experience as well.

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The first batch of backorders is expected 12/8 from Savage. All of these are spoken for and will not be enough to fill all customer orders.

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I find your post very informative. At 9:00 PM, CST tonight they are showing all calibers except .223 in "limited stock", with shipping to store in 5 to 8 days. Ever since the first $319 promo began on 9/7/17 this has turned into one huge extended "Goat Rope". The reappearance of "Limited Stock" over and over has to undoubtedly generated additional sales, along with false expectation. It's only logical to assume that each rifle ordered may generate spin off orders for ammo, optics ,and other accessories. Do you think Cabela's are gaming their customers????

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I bought a 223 in this about a year ago and this thing is a shooter if I do my part..I went to my local cabelas on black Friday in hopes to pick one up in 6.5 creed but of course they were out of stock..They were $369 in store and I was going to pay that and then the worker told me I could backorder it...I get home and notice the price dropped $50 to $319 so I backordered it..After researching and seeing that I need the rebate to be postmarked by JAN 31 2018 I gave cabelas a call just to see how many of these are backordered...When I called cabelas I was stunned when she told me that 584 guns were on backorder with most of them being 6.5 creed..I hope Savage can keep up with these backorders but at $319 its still a good deal cause I bought my 223 at $419...So good luck on your backorder and lets see what happens

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looks like these went back up to $369 just from a day ago..Man cabelas really knows how to stick it to you.........

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Should be a good platform to build from, after stripping everything going to end up with a stupid cheap receiver

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I see my local Cabela's has the 308 in limited stock. Is this worth buying to slap a scope on to practice long range shooting with the 308? Or am.i better off building an ar10

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You need to be at the store when they open and grab that sucker. For $219 you will have a good long range rifle. If you upgrade the stock, have it glass bedded and have the trigger tuned, you should end up with a great rifle. The gun plus upgrades should run you less than a good quality AR10 bolt and barrel would. I've done AR10 builds, and they can turn into "Money Pits".

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By tuning the trigger you mean, taking it out of the stock and cranking it to 1.5 lbs. accutrigger are great factory triggers

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Well crap looks like Cabela's in store is now out of stock. I'm gonna go tomorrow and see if I can order it through them online just to make sure I get the rebate

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You are taking a gamble ordering this online that it will come in before dec 31st. Put it in order. If it don’t come in cancel it.

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That's why I wanted to go to the store to order it. That way I can tell them of its. Not here in time I'm cancelling

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Can’t go wrong either way imo, but by the time you buy a mount, scope and this gun that’s a decent amount to go towards an AR-10 if that’s what your heart is set on. But this or Ruger American predator is a great bargain to learn fundamentals

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Not set on ar10 I do like the bolt action. However are 219 this seems like a steal. Only thing AR 10 has over this is being semi auto. Just wanted some opinions from people. Especially those who shoot long range

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New update- Someone finally called me back from Cabelas. The rifle was shipped to the store and the store cancelled the sale over a month ago with no refund or notice. Causing the gun to go back to the corporate warehouse. I will be receiving a refund after 2.5 months of aggravation trying to get an update. Poor form Cabelas.

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Update- the rifle I ordered on 9/11/17 was a varmint gun, 204 Ruger. It was already showing "backorderable" last night before the $320 sale price went into effect again. Still haven't heard back from Cabela's.

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BUYER BRWARE!!!TOTALLY BOGUS PROMO IN REGARDS TO 6.5 CREEDMOOR!!! Read Gundealsguy50, and my 11/22 postings below. This morning I logged in to find Cabela's was showing Limited Stock on the 6.5 Creedmoor. I went Ballistic. The Limited Stock info has repeatedly popped up numerous times since I placed my order on 9/9 with Cabela's well aware they have hundreds of undelivered 6.5CM still on backorder from their Sep. $319 Promo. This morning I called Cabela's and worked my way up to the highest representative that was available today. She assured that I would be contacted asap by a more senior representative in regards to my ethic complaint.
If you are reading this post you are most likely a life long gun lover who works hard and wants to be treated honestly. These promos generate false expectation for the buyer and are unethical. With hundreds of 6.5 CM on back-order there is no way in hell that if you ordered one today that you would have it in time to get your rebate. Cabela,s is aware of this but have elected to continue their promotion.

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What are you ranting about? You said you already picked your rifle up almost a month ago. My 308 had the same stock anomaly as popping up with limited stock after waiting for 7 weeks (yep, I was a bit perturbed). 1 week later, I got confirmation of ready to pick up. Stock isn't infinite on products.

Rebate status still has viability:
"Valid for purchases made September 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017
Reward materials must be postmarked by
January 31, 2018"

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I ordered mine during the $319 sale a couple of months ago. At the time the status stated “limited stock”. Cabela’s sent out an email a few days later stating that the item was back ordered. I did receive the item however. It just took a few weeks. So, in my own personal experience, I cannot say anything negative about the order fulfillment process. I am however still waiting to see if my rebate has been accepted.

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Ordered and paid for mine 9/11/17. Still waiting for it as of 11/22/17.

The rebate is only good if Cabelas will ship them in time.

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Ordered mine on 9/11 as well. Not sure what caliber you got but mine was in .308 and came in on 11/6; fairly steep 8 week wait period there. It's obvious the 308 and 6.5 are by far the most popular and perhaps this alone is indication that Savage cannot meet demand for this exclusive for Cabela's as the build date for mine was only a month old.

I'm not sure how Savage is handling the rebate, but postmark date is 1/31/18. Although I picked mine up when I did, all my receipt items were dated 9/11 and I put that in for purchase date. We'll see how the rebate goes but as for the rifle, totally worth the price to the point that I cannot be too mad if it gets rejected. I was going to customize it like everyone else seems to, but I'll honestly just fill the butt-stock and epoxy the fore-end (maybe bed the action) on an already sub-MOA rifle that far exceeded expectations.

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Have you looked at Boyd’s pro varmit or At one stock. So much easier to bed then this stock. Another great option is find an accustock take off on eBay. Just make sure to get the right one.

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Placed my back-order for a 6.5 CM on 9/9 picked it up on 10/29. Cabela's back-order policy is totally unethical. On Sep.7th, they began their $319 promo, by Sep 9th many of the calibers were out of stock, but back-orderable. Cabela's continued to advertise the promo,and accept back-orders on all calibers for three more weeks, until it ended on Oct. 1st. Now they have started $369. promo, well aware they still have hundreds of rifles that still have not been delivered to customers that ordered in Sep. The Savage $100 rebate ends Jan.1st. It looks to me like some people are going to get SCREWED.

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I'm confused by the rebate confusion. it says on cabelas website it has a rebate and has a link.

could someone please post where to get a detachable magazine kit for this that isn't $200. I see links all over to that one savage customized dealer but i can't find it on their site. I ordered this and would like to get that new boyds adjustable stock and add the magazine. if y'all have links I would love to hear. thanks so much.

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Did the rebate issue finally get resolved?

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Both the company handling the rebate and Savage say the gun is eligible for the rebate. Cabela's says it isn't but I trust the people who are cutting the check more.

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I purchased 6.5 CM and .223 when they were still in-stock and they were still in-stock several days after my purchase date. I noticed no shipment info so I checked order status and they show backordered and still shows backordered. I emailed Cabela's customer support and this is their reply.

"Thank you for being a Cabela's CLUB Member! It is my pleasure to assist. According to our inventory records, both firearms are out of stock with an unknown restocking date. The website is not accurate and should be updated within the next few business days.

Cabela's strives to keep stock available for shipment at all times. We apologize for any inconvenience this delay might cause you. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us again for prompt assistance, thank you"

So they are stating that their website is not accurate!

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