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Savage Arms 10FPXP-LEA .308 Win.

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Piece by piece, there is no way the average consumer can recreate this rifle for the package price. We shot sub-MOA groups with one of our test rounds, and we bet it will with other rounds, as well. This is a must-have tool for the up-and-coming shooter.

Savage Arms 10FPXP-LEA .308 Win.

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The Leupold 3.5-10X40 scope with target knobs and Mil Dot reticle is a $800+ component that topped off the Savage Arms rifle. Rated for 4+1 capacity, we had no trouble fitting 5 rounds into the magazine. Bolt action was smooth and feeding was trouble free.
The Harris BR model bipod was just one high quality extra that included an aluminum rolling case among others. The Speedy Knob let the shooter attach and remove the bipod without the need for a screwdriver. Note the full floating stock.
The Choate stock was adjustable in length of pull by adding and subtracting spacers. Two cheek pieces were also included to adjust height. We liked the open vertical grip. The Accu-Trigger was adjustable, but even at 3.5 pounds, it was smooth and predictable.
The Savage landed sub-MOA groups with Winchester's 168-grain Ballistic Silvertip ammunition.

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