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    Which is the best way to go?

    Savage 10/110 Engage Hunter XP Bolt 270 with adjustable pull length and accutrigger or savage trophy Hunter xp 270 with accutrigger? They're both about the same price so I'm kind of torn. I have the savage trophy Hunter xp in 308 which I love but I like the thought of having adjustable pull length. Is one rifle much different from the other? Thanks guys.

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    I find the XP scope package to be the bottom of the line. Take the scope into consideration.
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    Engage is a better scope IMO.
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    Which is the best way to go?

    Just added a Trophy Hunter 270 to my collection to join the 6.5 Creedmoor and 7mm-08. Pretty hard to resist adding something new for less than $400.
    They do fine for my application as a 200 yard hunting rifle.
    Reading your post it looks like you want to try the adjustable pull.
    If money isn’t driving the purchase I would advise you to get what you want or you will always be second guessing the purchase.
    If it doesn’t work out you can always sell it.
    So far the Nikon scopes on the Trophy Hunters seem to be holding up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alderman View Post
    Just added a Trophy Hunter 270 to my collection to join the 6.5 Creedmoor and 7mm-08. Pretty hard to resist adding something new for less than $400.
    They do fine for my application as a 200 yard hunting rifle.
    Reading your post it looks like you want to try the adjustable pull.
    If money isn’t driving the purchase I would advise you to get what you want or you will always be second guessing the purchase.
    If it doesn’t work out you can always sell it.
    So far the Nikon scopes on the Trophy Hunters seem to be holding up.


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    Where did you find a new Trophy Hunter xp 270 for less than $400? That's a deal...

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    Bimart had them for $399.



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    Check to see if Buds has what you need. They usually got something on sale.
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