This is my Savage 110 in .270 Winchester. It was my father-in-law's before it was mine, and it has taken many whitetail deer over the years. I absolutely love this gun, and killed my first deer with it. The action is flawless and has become renowned, and the accuracy, while not sub M.O.A., is pretty darned close and more than good enough to get the job done. My father-in-law upgraded to a Weatherby Vanguard in .30/06 and it is a M.O.A. shooter, however, in my experience with that rifle and a cold barrel, it cannot be counted on in a pinch. This Savage, however, can sit in the case all year and be brought out on opening day, and it will still shoot where it shot last year—which has happened due to college responsibilities. It has a Bushnell Sportview wide-angle scope, Weaver see-through mounts, a 22-inch barrel, durable synthetic stock, and a safari sling. It does not have the Accu-Trigger or the Timney upgrade to the trigger so it does have a lot of creep, but since this is virtually the only rifle I shoot regularly and the only one I hunt with, I have become quite accustomed to it and am fairly proficient with it.