Monday, July 23, 2012

Savage Model 10 FCP-SR Sniper Rifle – New Gun Review

If you stop by just about any outdoor gun range in America on a Sunday, you will find any number of tricked out tactical rifles driving tacks at 100 yards and more. Generally these are custom rifles and some have a detachable box style magazine along with other high end, law enforcement-type features. Savage Arms, an industry leader known for out-of-the-box accurate rifles, has integrated these and other custom style features into their new Model 10 FCP-SR. It comes in .308 Winchester and has a free-floated heavy fluted barrel threaded for a suppressor, set in a digital camo simplified version of the Savage Accustock . The drilled and tapped receiver is supplied with a pre-mounted 20MOA one piece Picatinny base. It comes with a ten round detachable box magazine and a Savage Accutrigger. This makes for a gun just under 9 pounds that leaves little to be desired. The MSRP is $1213, and if you can find one, the street price is well under that. For an out of the box law enforcement style sniper rifle you couldn’t really ask for much more.

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5 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh my goodness! Yeah, I want one!!
    (Starting my search momentarily).

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  2. How many toys are we allowed in this life.....!:)

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  3. Charlton ClarksonJuly 27, 2012 at 6:26 AM

    A 308 Winchester, a free-floated heavy fluted barrel threaded for a suppressor - nice design.

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