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Savage’s Model 110 Long Range Hunter

By Nik Maxwell
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Savage Arms first introduced the Model 110 to their bolt action rifle range back in 1957. Moving forward to 2019 and the 110 line-up now consists of no less than 27 variants, quite literally, something for everyone.

 

Having been a hunter who for most of my hunting and shooting only ever used the medium calibres, I was keen to try my hand with a magnum chambering. Adding to that, I have always been a solid proponent of the 7mm /.284 calibre, so it was a no-brainer when the New Zealand Savagearms agent offered me a Savage 110 Long Range Hunter chambered in none other than the legendary 7mm Rem. Mag. for review.

 

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