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Savage 110 ba

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by armorplate, Mar 10, 2011.

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  1. armorplate

    armorplate Member

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    Thinking about my next purchase. Has anyone experience with this rifle?
    I would prefer it in .338 Lapua. Three hundred yards at sub MOA does wet the appetite!


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  2. redbullitt

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    gotten to handle a few and they seemed solid. fit and finish was good.

    All the savage rifles I have shot have all ran very very well. I would think this one would shoot similarly. If you get a good deal I would go for it.

    Be prepared to dish out some cash though. 338 LM is a great cartridge, but it just costs money. I shoot it fairly regularly and it is REALLY great for distance. the 338 RUM is worth a look as is the 338 edge for similar performance.

    If you are not going to be shooting 1000 plus, it may be worth looking into something different. Just my .02
     
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    Thanks for the info. I am already spending a lot of money on brass for my .338\.378 weatherby. I reload for 300wsm. I'm now leaning toward a FNH A5 SPR. Should be good to 1000 Meters. I like the short action magnums, and the rifle is about four pounds lighter.

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