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Savage 10MLBSS-II 50 Caliber, $792

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The Savage 151—based on the outstanding trigger, smokeless powder versatility, and its performance as the most accurate rifle tested—shoots the lights out of the other rifles.

Savage 10MLBSS-II 50 Caliber, $792

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The 10ML-II uses the same bases that all Savage round-receiver short-action Accu-Trigger rifles use. Weaver-type two-piece bases were installed by Savage on this rifle; we used Warne Maxima medium-height quick-release rings to mount a fresh Sightron SII Big Sky 3-12x42 scope. The Savage, using W209 primers and Blackhorn 209, cut several sub-MOA groups with the new 350-grain Hornady FPB bullets.
We loved the looks of the stock, the warmth of it, and the cut checkering. The Savage buttstock is finished off with a rubber plate; no attempt at a recoil pad. Felt recoil was similar to the KP1 and Pro-Hunter.

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