It's a shame they stopped making the Stevens 200. It WAS a Savage Mdl 110 without the accu-trigger. The stocks they came with are not the best, but for $200-$250, they made great project guns and of course include the option for Savage barrel swaps if you are so inclined. Those original triggers are easy to touch up if you know what you are doing and certainly simple for a good smith. Mine will shoot better than I am capable most days (sub 1 inch) and I have maybe $325 in it after getting a new Houge stock. I am sure there are plenty of used ones sitting on racks for less than $300. Anyone considering buying a new Axis should consider this option. I own one of each and like the Stevens 200 better. My Axis shoots lights out as well, but the scope mounting holes were misaligned from the factory and I had to go with Millet Angle Loc adjustable rings to get things lined-out.I have a Savage Mdl 110L in .270 I bought in 1960. It still shoots groups in the 1/2-1 in. range. They are great guns. The new ones follow the 110 models just updated with new triggers.