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#3252552 - 09/16/20 11:02 PM Savage 110 Predator 22-250. Any experience?
case-nh Online
Die Hard Member

Registered: 02/11/05
Posts: 788
Loc: Iowa
Looking for anyone that has one or experience with one as am thinking of purchasing one. It has many features and am wondering about accuracy of it. Do not hand load rifle so it would be factory loads. Thanks. PS Not the apex model.

Edited by case-nh (09/16/20 11:03 PM)

#3252571 - 09/17/20 09:44 AM Re: Savage 110 Predator 22-250. Any experience? [Re: case-nh]
Coyote-conquest Offline
Seasoned Member

Registered: 02/01/18
Posts: 105
Loc: Kentucky, US
I have the older 10 without the threaded barrel. Its very accurate even with factory rounds.
It is kinda heavy though. I don't understand why they made it heavy. Some predator hunter helped design it. I can't remember who but he must be a good sized guy or not have to walk much.
For a calling rifle I would've liked it a little lighter, besides that I like it. Keep in mind I can't remember if the new 110 has the same profile barrel so it may be lighter.

#3252576 - 09/17/20 11:30 AM Re: Savage 110 Predator 22-250. Any experience? [Re: case-nh]
pyscodog Online
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Registered: 12/04/06
Posts: 14247
Loc: okla
I have a 110 High Country. Its a Creedmoor so kind of apples and oranges but it shoots very good. I can't imagine one in 22-250 wouldn't also shoot good. Seems all the newer Savages are out of the box shooters. Like was already said, they are a little on the heavy side but they do shoot good.

Stay away from negative people, they have a problem for every solution.

#3252622 - 09/17/20 09:45 PM Re: Savage 110 Predator 22-250. Any experience? [Re: pyscodog]
spotstalkshoot Offline
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 12/22/13
Posts: 1827
A fishing/shooting buddy has one. He has had it for one pd trip, mostly shot the white box Winchester, inside 250 yards was almost automatic. When I called distance and hold for him sometimes a second shot out to 350. Rifle was completely stock, think he had a 4-16 Vortex in some Scheels rings and base.

#3252635 - 09/18/20 12:22 AM Re: Savage 110 Predator 22-250. Any experience? [Re: case-nh]
DiRTY DOG Offline
Die Hard Member III

Registered: 08/27/09
Posts: 2794
Loc: West
I have one in 243, they are known to be very accurate for factory rifles. Slightly heavier magnum type barrel contour and fluted, quite a bit lighter than a varmint barrel.
Aim small miss small.


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