I decided to move up to a bigger caliber than my .223 for longer range shooting and deer hunting. I decided to go with Savage again since my .223 is so accurate. Shortly after Christmas I purchased this basic Savage model 11 in .308. This is the non-accutrigger and non-accustock model, nothing fancy, just like my .223. I topped it with a Nikon Buckmaster 4.5-14x40 in Leupold steel one peice base and rings. Well, I guess you don't need all that fancy stuff for accuracy. Savage makes a great rifle no matter what model. After sighting her in here is a 3 shot group at 100 yds using Wolf 150 grain FMJ: And this is a shot of the tack driver: Imagine if I used target ammo! I though about eventually upgrading the stock and trigger, but I don't think it would do much more for me. I plan on getting out to the 200-300 yd. range soon and stretching her legs a bit more, but I think this is a very good start.