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2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

 
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Old 05-23-2011, 09:17 PM
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2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

New mid-year intros from the NRA Annual Meeting...



http://www.savagearms.com/firearms/model/M10FCP10
http://www.savagearms.com/firearms/m...11LongRange338
http://www.savagearms.com/firearms/m...FCPHSPrecision

Still kinda wish they'd put a longer tube on that last one. But looking @ the MSRP ($1499), with a big honkin' side-discharge brake (instead of a radial design) and AI mags... should nicely squish the folks say buy a Rem 700 MLR instead of a 110BA because its cheaper. Now the Savage is (or should be) moderately less expensive and better features to boot.

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Old 05-23-2011, 09:42 PM
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Re: 2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

I know I've seen another video showing both of the new 338 Lapua but I knew where this one was. I don't think there is any one able to move with the market demand like Savage right now nor deliver the product quality of the shelf. I'm still wanting just the action though, but the 111 LRH 338 LM may be priced right!!!!! Crap, to many guns not enough cash

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Re: 2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

Ive got an order in on the 110 FCP. I would have liked to see a 28" tube, and Mcmillan instead of HS, but I can't argue with the price considering the features. Some have it less than 1200. I'm curious too see if it comes with sling swivels and if the rail is a 20MOA like the 100 BA

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Re: 2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

That 110FCP is sweet looking... I just got my 110BA all dialed in and now this.
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Re: 2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

Will the 110 fcp be 26" barrel or 24" with 2" muzzle brake?

When will these start shipping?

Whats the better stock, the lrh or the hs.

Thanks
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Will the 110 fcp be 26" barrel or 24" with 2" muzzle brake?

When will these start shipping?

Whats the better stock, the lrh or the hs.

Thanks
26" w/ out brake and 29.5 total if its the same as the 110BA

I was told late August but their site says July

I would rather have the HS over the accustock
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Re: 2011 Savage mid-year new models (offical pics & links)

I have a LRH on order cant wait
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