Savage Model 110C series J 30/06 caliber bolt-action _S1

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Arizona (AZ)

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14 Years 3 Months
WINNER: P****r
HIGH BID: $226.00
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Auction: 10278558

Manufacturer:   Savage
NRA Grade:
Very Good
Auction Type:
Penny Auctions Basic
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Auction Start:
(April 11, 2011 11:20:00 PT)
Auction Ended:
(April 18, 2011 11:41:04 PT)

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Guns For Sale - Savage -- Model 110C series J 30/06 caliber bolt-action _S1



This auction is for a Savage Model 110C series J 30/06 caliber bolt-action rifle.  Mechanically this gun functions well, bore is clean and finish is very good.
Includes Nikon Pro Staff 3-9x 40mm scope and leather sling as shown in the photos.

The Savage Model 110 is a repeating bolt action rifle that was developed by Savage Arms of Westfield, Massachusetts.  It has been in continuous production since that time,and with the closing of Winchester's New Haven, Connecticut plant in 2007, the Model 110 has passed the Winchester Model 70 as the oldest continuously manufactured bolt action rifle in America.  The Model 110 is well known for its consistant accuracy, reliability, and affordability.

Without fanfare or ostentation the Savage 110 keeps on going. It may lack the glamour or classic appeal of models such as the Savage 99, pre-'64 Winchester M70 or FN-made Browning. But it is still in production while those classic models are available only on the used-gun racks.  In fact the 110 action is more popular than ever. The current Savage catalogue lists no fewer than 56 model variations built around the basic 110 action. And that's just centerfire rifles. There's also a shotgun slug model, six muzzleloading rifle models, and six bolt-action handgun models that have at least some 110 features.

Value And Performance
No product stays in production year after year, decade after decade, unless it has something special to offer. The Savage 110 has always excelled in two areas. One is value for the money. The 110 is an extremely strong, safe, reliable and durable bolt-action rifle at a moderate cost.

The Savage 110 and its variations have always been notable for their outstanding accuracy. By this I don't mean accurate for the money; I mean accurate, period. Other manufacturers may make rifles with fancier stocks, brighter bluing, better checkering and polishing. But a manufacturer that wants to take on Savage in pure accuracy better bring its "A" game.

Savage's ingenious method of achieving consistent close-tolerance headspace is often cited as the reason for the 110's reputation for accuracy. The key to the system is the heavy barrel nut just ahead of the receiver. After cutting the chamber to minimum dimensions the barrel is turned into the receiver which holds a headspace gauge. Once headspace is correct, the barrel nut is tightened, locking barrel and receiver into one rigid unit.  The system is effective and inexpensive, and no doubt does help ensure that Savage rifles hold chamber dimensions and headspace to tight tolerances. At the same time, though, a properly cut, minimum-tolerance chamber is just one link in the accuracy chain. Fortunately Savage makes the other links in the chain correctly as well.

The Savage 110 action is extremely strong, rigid and concentric. Like the earlier Remington 721/722 and subsequent 700, the action is basically one steel tube (the bolt) operating inside another tube (the receiver). The right-side receiver rail of the 110 action is quite deep and heavy, considerably more so than that of the Mauser 98 pattern, improving the rigidity of the action.  Also like the Remington, the recoil lug is a heavy steel washer sandwiched between the barrel and receiver. The bolt is a conventional design with two large locking lugs at the front of the bolt, while the bolt handle serves as a safety lug.

Barrels And Bedding

Savage barrels are button-rifled. The merits of various rifling methods have been debated for years and arguments will no doubt continue. In fact very fine barrels can be made by cutting the rifling, by hammer forging or by button rifling. More important than the method is the care and skill with which the work is done. Savage has been button-rifling barrels for many decades now, and you can be sure they have the process down pat.

Fitting the barreled action to the stock is another link in the accuracy chain. Savage stocks use a dual pillar bedding system in which two steel pillars are embedded in the stock. Front and rear action screws pass through these pillars into the receiver. When the screws are tightened, the receiver is locked solidly onto the two steel pillars. It's a proven system that works.

We offer a 7 day, no-shoot inspection period to guarantee your satisfaction. We guarantee the item or items in our auctions to be as described and pictured or your money back. Unless otherwise stated only the items pictured are included in each auction. This firearm has not been test fired, and has only been given a visual inspection only for auction purposes. It is the buyers responsibility for determining that a firearm is safe to shoot.   If for any reason the buyer is  unhappy with a firearm please refer to the RETURNS Section below for details on returning an item.  All auction pictures are of the actual item or items for purchase. Please check our feedback and bid with confidence.

PAYMENT:   Certified Check, Cashiers Check or Money Order, payable to: PAWN 1ST, LLC          
Receipt of payment (via Certified Check, Cashiers Check or Money Order) is required within seven days of the close of this auction.    PLEASE MAKE SURE THE AUCTION NUMBER IS WRITTEN ON THE CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.  This item shipped to FFL holder ONLY and a signed copy of the receiving FFL must be received via fax or mail before the item can be shipped.   Know your state and local laws. If you cannot own this firearm where you live, please do not bid. We will not end the auction early, so please do not ask. GOOD LUCK and BID OFTEN!

LOCAL PICKUP:   Local pickup is available for this item, If you are interested in the local pickup option for this item, please contact us via e-mail or phone after the auction has closed.  There are no shipping and handling fees for local pickups, however, all purchases in the state of Arizona (local pickup and shipped items) are subject to City and State Sales Tax. 

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RETURNS:  We offer a 7 day, no-shoot inspection period to guarantee your satisfaction. We guarantee the item or items in our auctions to be as described and pictured or your money back. If for any reason you are unhappy with a firearm, please return it along with proper documentation (FFL to FFL Transfer) and certified shipping for a refund. Please contact us via phone to make arrangements for any returned items.

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Tempe, Arizona 85282
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