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Savage 110FCP-K (law enforcement type rifle)

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by brekneb, Aug 3, 2009.

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  1. brekneb

    brekneb Member

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    Anyone know if there is a 26" barrel version of this?

    Everywhere I look I can only find 24".



    Not sure if this is the right area to ask this question.
     
  2. gvnwst

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    According to Savage's website, it only comes in 24". (actually, other than the carbine, looks like all of Savage's LE rifles are 24")
     
  3. brekneb

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    I know some of their law enforcement rifles have in fact had 26" barrels on them. (Such as the 110FP LE2.) Which is why I think there's a possibility a 26" of the 110FCP exists.
     
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    There is not presently a SKU for one.

    The LE2 was also not available always. Since the LE lineup is just getting refreshed for the detachable magazines and some accu-stock skus, I'd guess it may be a little while if you ever see one.
     
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    Why do you want a 26" barrel?
     
  6. brekneb

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    26" is just a preference.

    Think I should wait? Hope for a 26" to become available eventually?


    Also, just wanted to say thanks so much for everyone's time helping me out.
     
  7. Rob96

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    I would not restrict myself to 26" barrel length. I am currently planning out a 308. Precision rifle myself. The 26" might actually have a negative affect on bullet performance. From the reading I have done it seems 20" will still give you the full benefit of the 308. I am actually looking at the Savage M10 Precision Carbine.
     
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    There WAS a version of the 110 Savages available but it's been several years since I saw them. If Savage has discontinued the option I'd look somewhere else if I for some reason HAD to have a 26" barrel. Like maybe a Sharps replica? :) Wait, isn't there a Marlin 45-70 with 26" barrel? A levergun?
     
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