Re: Savage 111 LRH 338 Lapua
I had shot the LRH version owned by a friend at my club. It shot well. I ended up buying the FCP version due to the HS Precision stock and fluted, heavier barrel. Only had it a couple of months and havent had the time to do any LR work. The FCP adds about a pound and a half compared to the LRH, and totals out about 14 pounds. It shoots .5 MOA with 300 gr Bergers, 89.2 gr Retumbo, Lapua Brass, Fed 215's. They are loaded .030" out of the lands. The break works well in reducing recoil but I can't see impact at 22x and 200 yards, the furthest I've tested it so far. I have about 120 rounds through it. I would buy the rifle again. I was pleasantly surprised with the fit and finish. The trigger was set to a very crisp 2 pound setting which I haven't touched. Make sure you Lock Tite(blue) the scope rail and guard screws, mine loosened after 20 rounds. Been fine since.
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