New Savage 110 FCP HS Precision .338 Lapua
The .338 Lapua Magnum is the precision caliber of the 21st century. It currently holds the record for longest sniper kill shot, but that shot came from a rifle costing more than $7,000. Most .338 Lapua Magnum rifles will force a shooter dish out over $2,000 just for the chance to own a 1,500+ yard reaching rifle. Now, Savage Arms is going to make that reach out and touch something a little easier on the shooter’s pocket. The new Savage Arms 110 FCP HS Precision rifle has an MSRP of $1,499, making it an very obtainable long range rifle.
The Savage Arms 110 FCP in .338 Lapua features a detachable box magazine that holds 5 rounds, an included one-piece scope rail, and a three baffle muzzle brake. This new .338 Lapua Magnum from Savage has a fluted 26 inch barrel with a 9″ twist and weighs 10.7 lbs unloaded. The 110 FCP HS Precision does include Savage’s patented AccuTrigger, which I find to be a good trigger but with other shooters it seems to be a hit or miss. Either way, with the features it possesses, and the capabilities of its cartridge, the new Savage Arms 110 HS Precision looks to be a good value for those looking to take their long range shooting to the next level.