Savage 110 storm 6.5-284 long or short action?

GreenDecoy

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I almost bought a third 12FV just for the action. But the darn things shoot so good. I knew I wouldn’t build it. I just restock them and shoot the heck out of them. My 6.5 shoots lights out, but it’s heavy as heck.
I figured the 204 wouldn’t last but it’s under a 1/2, right at 1/3 MOA with factory loads. Can’t bring myself to rebarrel it
 

johnnybravo6.5

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I've emailed Savage support a couple times and haven't heard back. I love the 6.5-284 cartridge and already have 1 rifle chambered in it. I'm thinking about picking up the Savage 6.5-284 110 Storm, but I am not interested in the rifle if it is built on a short action. It's impossible to tell from Savage's website.

https://www.savagearms.com/firearms/centerfire/model-110/110-storm

Any insights? Thank you!
I think it’s long action, I’m also looking at the savage 110 in 6.5-284 norma. I just can’t decide between the 110 storm and 110 long range hunter. Can anyone tell me which would be better.
 

whirlwindjml

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The thing that turns me away from savage is the triggers.
I respring them and make them better. But I now found the rifle basic sav2 and I'm hooked....
Are the Accufit stocks just marketing or are they worth keeping on the rifle?

If I needed to change out the stock anyways, I might buy an action and a barrel from NSS. Thanks!
I love my accustocks. The full bed version shoot great for me....I have about 10 now.
 

Greyfox

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The evolution of my Savage 110 LRH in 6.5x284….10 years later..

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