New Savage 110 FCP HS Precision .338 Lapua

Posted by on May 23, 2011 in New Products, Rifles |

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.

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