Savage Arms Introduces Magnum Target Rifle in 338 Lapua Mag.

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posted on June 30, 2015
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Long-range shooters who chamber the 338 Lapua Magnum have long been limited to a relative handful of expensive target rifles. The new Model 112 Magnum Target from Savage Arms provides a highly effective and more affordable platform for the powerful cartridge. Shipments of this new model are currently being delivered to distributors.

Savage built the rifle around its single-shot Magnum Target Action, and then coupled it with a pillar-bedded heavy barrel and Target AccuTrigger, which can be adjusted by the shooter to a pull of just 6 ounces. The result is competition-grade accuracy at a price that lets shooters afford to send more rounds downrange.

Features & Benefits
• Single-shot Magnum Target action built to handle the 338 Lapua Mag. cartridge
• 26-inch heavy barrel, matte finish
• Target AccuTrigger can be set to as low as 6 ounces of pull
• Oversized bolt handle
• Gray laminate stock with pillar bedding
• Muzzle brake
• 12 pounds, 49.8 inches long

Part No. / Description / MSRP
22448 / Model 112 Magnum Target, 338 Lapua Magnum / $1,177

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