BigDaddy, no, I don't have detailed info on Savage rifles. But they do have a good reputation.
But for best accuracy, use a rifle with a built in box magazine or a single shot one. Detachable magazines are notorious for each one requiring a different zero And they typically don't stay fit tight shot after shot after shot which hurts accuracy. Not using the magazine but single loading rounds, it may well should shoot pretty accurate.
The 10/110 FCP HS Precision's stock is well designed for prone shooting but will need a hand stop fitted to use with a sling. It will also work well for shooting from a bench after removing the two swivel studs. Its 1:10 twist is great for 220 grain Sierra HPMK bullets from the .300 Win. Mag. case.
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