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I bought this as a budget rifle. It was a sub moa rifle out of the box. I haven't been back to the range since i added weight to the stock and a muzzle brake. Maybe this weekend.
 

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Very nice. I hope the muzzle brake doesn't change the accuracy.
 

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Mmmmmm....:smile:....Saaaaavaaaage!
 
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Nice!! Looks like a Witt muzzle brake! :)


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I have an old Savage .06 that was made in 1958 and it still will make clover leafs at 100yds after shooting hundreds possibly thousands of rounds. Savage makes good rifles....

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Very very Nice Savage Rifle! :cool: Congratulations! :smile:
 

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How is the trigger on it?

My buddy's rifle seems a bit heavy, but it does not affect the accuracy!

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Hoover
My old 110 came with a very heavy trigger. SO, I adjusted it down to a crisp 3 lbs. Now, it's budda. :D

Mine's a 7mm Remington Magnum. And, yeah, it shoots MOA with bullets it likes. :D
 
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The trigger was real heavy. over 8#'s. I replaced the spring with one from an ink pen and got the pulled down to 4#'s
 

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The trigger was real heavy. over 8#'s. I replaced the spring with one from an ink pen and got the pulled down to 4#'s
Must be a different trigger design than my early 90s 110. Mine has a flat spring and an adjustment screw that is notched. It won't go below 3 lbs, but that's okay 'cause that's where I like it.

I also adjusted a little creep out of it, got it crisp. That involves another screw and you must also be careful to re-adjust the safety adjustment after adjusting the travel. I dabbed a bit of blue loctite on all the screws when done. It's been good for 20 years at least.
 
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This is the one I did.

 
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