Savage 110 ultralight

CFMuley

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I have one in .28 nosler and have been happy with it. I put a nightforce nx8 on it and have shot it out to 900 with really impressive accuracy. The only gripe I have is that the mag feels a little cheap.
 

littlebighorn

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I have a Browning A bolt in the 300WSM and I shot 3 of my 4 sheep with that rifle. It's a light rifle so I had a muzzle brake installed. The 300WSM is a good all around caliber. I don't own a Savage, but I have heard they are accurate. If you are at all recoil sensitive, you may want to consider a brake.
 

The_Coloradoboy

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I would personally go with it in the 6.5prc. You’d be amazed what they can do. I’m in the process of setting up a 110 ultralight in 6.5prc for a family friend and have it currently shooting under .5moa. Had a 3rd round impact with it yesterday at 1420 yards with factory Hornady match ammo (147 eldm)
 

Deepcolor

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A message from a buddy shooting his Savage 110 ultra light in 6.5PRC.

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ORIONTHEHUNTER

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I would personally go with it in the 6.5prc. You’d be amazed what they can do. I’m in the process of setting up a 110 ultralight in 6.5prc for a family friend and have it currently shooting under .5moa. Had a 3rd round impact with it yesterday at 1420 yards with factory Hornady match ammo (147 eldm)
Is he going to hunt with eldm's?
 

Lhedrick1

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How’s the recoil on the 28 nosler in the ultralite? Looking at the .280 ai

Can't speak for the .28 Nosler. Dad has a Montana Rifle in .280 AI and its braked. Its like shooting a a .257 Bob with a little more explosion at the muzzle. Performance rivals the 7mm mag. Very efficient cartridge.
 

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