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Savage 110 GXP3 .223 Remington, $449

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A Best Buy. The Savage was not only the easiest gun to shoot, but it comes with a Simmons scope at a total price that we think is a steal. We don't see how you can find a better buy.

Savage 110 GXP3 .223 Remington, $449

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The 8.5-pound Savage held well; the cheek piece is a welcome feature.
The Savage's stock finish and checkering are nothing fancy but do feature some grain highlights.
Sitting atop the rifle was a Simmons 3-9X32mm scope held in place by two single-bolt rings. The optics and rifle performed well together, firing the Federal Gold Medal 69-grain Sierra Matchking BTHP into a couple of 0.9-inch groups, but the average landed at 1.1 inches.

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