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I'd start with a Stevens at that point. The bolt can be adjusted for more or less cocking. Plus, at least as far as I've gone, Savages are easier to work on. I'm not really familiar with the Axis, so I can't say for sure on that, but the Savage 10s, 12s, and whichever else are quite simple. Bolts are disassembled with an allen key rather than pulling with your shoestring, barrels are headspaced with a collar instead of needing a lathe to turn the shoulder, and with their rising popularity, there's quite a few available stocks and detachable magazine lower metal kits out there.
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