Model 11 Long Range Hunter

The Savage Model 11 Long Range Hunter is a bolt-action rifle chambered in .300 WSM, .308 Win., .260 Rem., and 6.5 Creedmoor. The Model 11 Long Range Hunter is one of 14 rifles in Savage’s Specialty Series. Savage Arms was founded in 1894, and is headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts.

The Long Range Hunter features black carbon steel barrel and a matte black synthetic stock. Additional features include a hinged floorplate magazine, swivel studs, an adjustable Karsten brand comb, and an adjustable muzzle brake. The Long Range Hunter also utilizes Savage’s AccuTrigger system. This inclusion features a dual-stage trigger design in which the first (vented) trigger acts to disengage a safety mechanism. Once this occurs, the second trigger can be depressed in order to activate the firing pin – the trigger assembly is also user-adjustable for weight of pull. The Long Range Hunter also features Savage’s patented AccuStock system. The AccuStock utilizes an integral aluminum spine that runs the length of the forearm, resulting in a more rigid stock that allows the barrel to float freely. In addition, the AccuStock is bedded so as to apply both horizontal and vertical (3-dimensional) pressure to the action. This achieves in a tighter fit between stock and action, resulting in increased overall gun accuracy.  The Model 11 Long Range Hunter is drilled and tapped for scope mounts.

As the name suggests, Savage recommends the Long Range Hunter for long range hunting.

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