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OK, I am admittedly surprised by the content of this review in that I must admit I have become a serious fan of Savage rifles. I recently replace a Sako TRG-42 338 LM with a Savage 110BA 338 LM and while admittedly the fit and finish (and the aesthetics) of the Savage does not match that of the Sako, the difference in accuracy (and functional reliability to date) between the two rifles is less than my ability to differentiate. Given that the cost of the Sako was about 70% more than the Savage, I feel pretty good about the difference.
Anyway, this rifle (110 FCP HS 300 Win) is pretty impressive. Like its big brother, the accuracy is better than my shooting abilities and I have no problems posting sub-1.00 in 5 shot groups with FGMM factory ammo, and the HS Precision Stock is excellent. It has good balance and the finish is of good quality. Given that this is a sub-$1,000 rifle, I don't think that you can go wrong buying one if you are in the market for a tactical 300 WM.
As far as Bud's goes - what can be said - online gun shopping just doesn't get any better.