First, I would start a new thread seeking that information instead of in a thread for a different kind of rifle. Second, every RPR that I have shot or known the owner, has been a solid shooter. That being said, I have had no experience with the magnum version. Given a personal choice, I would lean towards the 110 Precision just because of the great history that I have had with numerous Savage rifles. I like that they put the 30" tubes on the magnum calibers. Might as well get ALL the performance a cartridge offers. One of my coworkers owns the 110 Precision in a 6.5 CM and it is a hammer. Every manufacturer has lemons from time to time, so keep that in mind when looking at reviews. Humans are much more likely to give a bad review when something is wrong, than to post a positive one when it all works as advertised. Good luck with whatever you end up buying. They are both great products.WOW!!!!! That review from a regular shooter is incredible. I was thinking very seriously about this rifle, in that exact caliber, and now I don't think I want to touch it. I know the Savage 110 Elite Precision , with the 30 inch BBl needs a Muzzle break. It also needs a bag rider. So add that additional cost to the $2100 for the rifle. Maybe the Ruger Precision Magnum version , in 300 PRC, is the way to go. Guys, Please share your thoughts about the Ruger Precision in 300 PRC. I'm going to hold off buying until I hear from you all.