Re: Going 308, which one?
Sub-MOA is very possible with a box-stock Savage. I have a 16FSS in .308 that will shoot so well now that the original bad barrel was replaced by Savage, I have no need to spend more money on an aftermarket barrel. Groups with ammo it likes average 5/8's inch. I doubt I could do much better with a custom barrel. Some seem to prefer longer target barrels to add velocity, my feelings are in this case, perhaps a .308 is not the ideal caliber if this is needed. I've sighted three Stevens model 200's for friends, all went under an inch for five shots with factory Remington Cor-Loks! I'd go with the Savage action!
Last edited by demented; 11-30-2009 at 03:35 AM.