Gun Report

Savage Model 111F .30-06

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Flawed, but still a shooter. This Savage was lightweight, fast handling and accurate. If you can overlook its heavy trigger, we felt this modestly-priced rifle would be a good choice.

Savage Model 111F .30-06

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The large lever on the right side of the Savage Model 111F's receiver serves as a cocking indicator and assists in releasing the bolt. The manual safety is a three-position slide on the tang.
The Savage Model 111F was one of the two rifles in this test that came with open sights. The black plastic rear sight had two opposing windage adjustment screws and one elevation adjustment screw.

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