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Savage Introduces The 110 Bear Hunter

The new Savage 110 Bear Hunter is a rifle for tough game in the toughest conditions. Based on the tried and true Savage 110 action, the Bear Hunter features the revolutionary AccuFit system that provides a custom feel right out of the box by letting shooters customize the length-of-pull and comb height for a personalized fit. The user adjustable AccuTrigger system offers a crisp pull and prevents the rifle from discharging if jarred or dropped.

The synthetic AccuStock is finished in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country and cradles the action three-dimensionally along its length. The 23-inch fluted stainless steel barrel features button rifling and is fitted with an adjustable muzzle break.

The rifle is available in five heavy-hitting calibers from .300 WSM to .375 Ruger and retails for $999.00

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.224 Valkyrie

The load on which Federal stakes its claim for superiority in the .224 MSR world is its 90-grain Sierra MatchKing bullet that travels more than 1,300 yards before going subsonic. The 77-grain Nosler does it at 875 yards. Huge difference!

There’s a new .22 centerfire cartridge in town that’s kicking butt and taking names. It’s the .224 Valkyrie and it’s from the Federal cartridge people. With its introduction in December, it brings to an end after only one year the .22 Continue reading .224 Valkyrie

Savage Model 16 Lightweight Hunter

The shooting world has a lot of trends associated with it and one of the trends emerging in the past five years is mountain guns or lightweight guns that people can easily trek Continue reading Savage Model 16 Lightweight Hunter

Savage Lightweight Hunter

We take Savage’s Lightweight Hunter chambered in .223 Rem. to Namibia to hunt small antelope and predators using the new Federal Trophy Bonded Tip bullet.