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    I've done enough research and it's time to go test fire both .308win and .300win mag in 10BA Stealth & 110BA Stealth. But I am getting more inclined towards .308 since it's good enough for any game, lesser recoil, lesser noise, and most importantly a lot cheaper than .300win mag (3:1). 10BA Stealth seems to check all the boxes as compared to 110BA Stealth; more rounds in mag, lighter than counterpart (which is a good thing when hunting), less recoil, and cheaper ammo.

    Anything to say about Ruger Precision .308win? I heard some really good stuff about it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Bhullar View Post
    I've done enough research and it's time to go test fire both .308win and .300win mag in 10BA Stealth & 110BA Stealth. But I am getting more inclined towards .308 since it's good enough for any game, lesser recoil, lesser noise, and most importantly a lot cheaper than .300win mag (3:1). 10BA Stealth seems to check all the boxes as compared to 110BA Stealth; more rounds in mag, lighter than counterpart (which is a good thing when hunting), less recoil, and cheaper ammo.

    Anything to say about Ruger Precision .308win? I heard some really good stuff about it too.
    They are a decent rifle but are another half almost of what the Stealth costs. Many guys go looking for a new trigger for them right away. Not an issue with a Savage.

    My Stealth in 6.5 CM with my handloads gave me my first ever sub 1/2 MOA 5 shot group. All the other groups were very close to that during load development. It did even better today. My Stealth will shoot, that is for sure.

    I have a thread in the rifles section and will update it with today's trip. I think you will be impressed with how it did today.
    When it is time to bury them it is time to dig them up.

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    .308 Win is an excellent choice. The fodder for my beloved M14 and M60. This round will do most anything you can ever need a round to do. It is easy to reload, accurate and easy on the shoulder. Savage makes a fine rifle and, in my opinion, is generally underrated for accuracy and general longevity of parts.

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