Re: 110 ba .338 lapua
Though I've not shot one, I have handled one. They are a neat piece of equipment. I have shot a 338 Lapua on a Savage Target action that shoots very well. I have read that the break for the 110/ BA works extremely well, but not to nice for those standing around. If your at a range, shoot at the last table, or make sure both tables on either side of you are clear. The action they use is a BAT action, which in the competition world is a good one. The construction is very rugged and should stand up to some abuse. Since you are just using it for recreational shooting, should be and outstanding rifle. I own a couple of Savages, and this one is on the wish list of future purchases, or what ever is available at the time I decide to go that route.
It is a little noisy with the clip and bolt lock up, but for me that is a non-issue. Buy it and let us know how it does. Kind of curious about the scope you purchased though. Anyhow, let us know what you decide.
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