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I like everything about them but their stocks cause I dont care for the fit.
 

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which model are you looking at? Synthetic or wood? you should be good either way. If you get a synthetic, you can always get a better stock from the after market for around a hundred bucks. It should be a dang good gun.
 

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If you like it and it fits, you don't need us to tell what to buy. The Savage 110 has been around for a long time and is proven. They do have an excellent reputation for accuracy.

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Hi squirrelsniper, the Savage 110 LH was the first rifle I bought almost 40 yrs a go... in 30.06, is not a fancy rifle but is a very good rifle, simple and very accurate. I modified the stock to give it some panache... installed rosewood tip and grip cap, reshape the forehand and grip to my like, and converted from a detachable magazine to hinged floor plate magazine only because twice the magazine fall out, probably my fault but I did not want to chance to loose it in the woods so I made the conversion. All this to say go for is one excellent rifle.
It got me my first moose on my first moose hunt.
7mm mag is a good cartridge and certenly will perform as well in the 110 model. I like the 7mm mag, that was the second rifle I got, Parker Hale safari .
 

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This would be more in my price range.Would this be a good rifle in 7mm Rem Mag?thanks
Savage 110's are a real good value, and if you're mechanically inclined, you can even swap barrels with a minimum of tools. Usually they are quite accurate.
 

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I picked up a mint used Savage 110 in 7mm Magnum with a walnut stock for $200.00. It shoots like house afire. You might want to check out the used gun racks because there are a lot of real bargains waiting for a new home. All the best...
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which model are you looking at? Synthetic or wood? you should be good either way. If you get a synthetic, you can always get a better stock from the after market for around a hundred bucks. It should be a dang good gun.
Boyd's has laminated stocks for savage for $69.00 you sand and finish but they are a drop in fit i have 4 of them
 

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I have a Stevens 200. The barrel and trigger are pure (pre-accutrigger) Savage 110. It is a matte finish 110 with a cheap gray plastic stock. I honed the sear a bit and got it set safely at just a hair under 3 lbs. It kicks like crap (.30-06), but drives tacks. $199 it cost. It is a lot of a gun for that money. I will probably buy an aftermarket stock someday. I wish I had bought 5 of them back when they were that price!
 

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Have a 110 in '06 my first center fire rifle! Great gun, acccurate, shoots just as good as many high dollar rifles ! I think I paid like $425 brand new!
 
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