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Savage 19482 11/111LRH 5+1 338LAP 26" Reviews

$1,074.00
 
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12 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.8 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.8 of 5 Stars!]
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by Nat S Thursday 26 January, 2017
Been looking around for a target rifle that would be capable of 1 MOA out to 1,500 yards. First, the 338 Lapua Magnum has similar energy as the 375 H&H (African caliber rifle) and the 338 LM has better ballistics performance shoots flatter as well as velocity retention. I’ve done some research on about 30+ reviews using various sources (YouTube, other gun websites) which indicated 85%+ satisfaction on Savage rifle. So the choice was between Rem Model 700 XCR, Savage 110 FCP HS (model 19481) and this Savage 111 LRH (model 19482) but have settled on the Savage 111 LRH 338 Lapua Magnum for the following (7) stars reasons: * Savage superior (floating) Bolt Action design assures headspace consistency (not available on Rem 700 action) * Accutrigger safety (prevents accidental discharge) and adjustable (mine measured a perfect 3 lbs pull right out of the box) * AccuStock (imbedded Aluminum support, no need for further stock bedding – not available the 110 FCP HS) * Superior lighter weight than Model 700 XCR *Adjustable cheek piece (not available on 110 FCP HS or the Model 700 XCR) * The 111 LRH comes with Picatinny rail (neither the 110 FCP HS nor the Model 700 XCR come with rail) * Pricing for the 111 LRH is better than both Rem 700 XCR (+$800) and the 110 FCP (+$300) Strikes: - The Savage 110 FCP HS has heavy fluted Target Barrel while the 111 LRH has standard sport barrel. So I decided to take a chance on the Savage 111 LRH (Model 19482) 338 LM mounted with Alpen Apex XP 6-24x 50mm (Amazon) on UTG Medium Profile (Amazon) and the result today was just phenomenal with 9 shots for sightings and 3 shots for initial grouping at 100 yards yielded 0.875 MOA (two shots touching) with Lapua (Finland) cartridge 250 gr OTM Scenar. The verdict is that the Savage 111 LRH 338 LM shoots very well out of the box. Much work has to be done for better (and statistical significance) grouping using hand load cartridges but it is a good start for a 1,500 yards endeavor. Many thanks to BudsGunShop for delivering products expeditiously, great pricing and customer service. Last but not least, thanks to Hickok45 and several others for producing very educational and entertaining shot shows.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Albert W Wednesday 25 November, 2015
Fast shipping I will be buying more from buds never a bad experience

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by Stephen H Saturday 08 August, 2015
Have mot shoot yet but looks real good Thanks Buds.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Brandon A Friday 24 October, 2014
This is absolutely the best price for any rifle like this. It is just as accurate as any 5000 dollar .338 lapua chambered gun, and you don't need to break the bank. 5 stars all day every day. Very pleased with this one.

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by spencer h Monday 12 May, 2014
Shoots great. chamber to tight for brass would not eject every time. I will polish and not send back what never should have left factory.

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by Nicholas M Saturday 26 April, 2014
Have not run it yet. First impression is that it is a big rifle. It looks very well made and it is for the money the least expensive 338 Lapua you can find or that I have seen. I am sure that it will shoot well. The scope that this rifle requires will exceed the cost of the rifle . I purchased this for target shooting. It's hard to beat a Savage when it comes to value.

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