Savage Arms 11 Hog Hunter

Savage Arms 11 Hog Hunter

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Specifications
Brand Savage Arms
Category Bolt Rifle
Length 40.5"
Action Bolt Action
Caliber .308 Winchester
Finish Black
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Positive: 33 Mixed: 7 Negative: 5
James C
James C
Apr 24, 2015
James C on Savage Arms 11 Hog Hunter

Utilitarian quality in a .308 bolt action. Just got it home and fired twenty rounds at some gallon jugs 100 yards away - hit those jugs every time with the cheapest ammo my FFL had. This is my ideal rifle. Bare bones, iron sights, internal magazine, bolt action, short barrel... Grab it and go - and don't give a damn 'cause it cost you $450! Sexy rifle. ...more

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Riley C
Riley C
May 07, 2019

My opinions on this rifle are divided. rnrnThe Good: Accurate, will shoot 1.5 MOA or better out of the box with decent to good quality factory loads (likes 155gr/168gr Hornady Black). rn Machining/Finish, good but could be better, mechanically sound and will eat whatever you feed it but the bolt is just a little chunky but should smooth out on it's own (hopefully). Holes drilled for scope base are DEAD ON the mark. Very well centered and the spacing is perfect. Barrel threads are very well cut and smooth. Feeds reliably and has no issues ejecting spent cases. Trigger is awesome, light and crisp. Three position safety works perfectly.rnrnThe not so good: Iron sights are awesome but you kinda need the rear sight to make a sight picture with the front. Mine was not included and was nowhere to be found inside the box but I scoped it, so realistically I'm not THAT worried about it. The stock: flimsy and flexes horribly, recoil pad is WAAAAY too soft and the sharp edges of the stock as a whole just seem to be unfinished. Lots of flash that had to be trimmed off of the edges and then sanded to avoid small cuts (like paper cuts which SUCK!) Also, check for mild corrosion on the bolt locking lugs as mine has it all over them as well as on the bolt face.rnrnOverall rating: 7/10 at best. Solid rifle that is lightweight, accurate and very reasonably priced. Would recommend as an affordable and well built entry level hunting/LRP Fundy's rifle, moreover great as a brush or truck gun. ...more

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Scott V
Scott V
Apr 07, 2019

Great gun for the price. Mine is very accurate, especially with Barnes hand loads. I'm getting sub MOA groups. It shoots Remington Core-Lokt 150 grain bullets very well too. Yes, the stock if fugly, but that's not an issue for me with a brush gun.

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Larry M
Larry M
Mar 23, 2019

Bought this Hog Hunter to give the 338 Federal a try. For the price, it can't be beat. This ugly little rifle puts Federal factory ammo in 2" and smaller groups at 100 yards right out of the box. Handloads produce 1" and cloverleafs all day long. I highly recommend this rig and the 338 Federal.

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James R
James R
Aug 16, 2018

Received the rifle and the first thing I did was clean and grease the slide and bolt. Took It to the range and the first two shots with just the iron sights at 50 yards with pmc ammunition were touching holes. Could not have asked for a better grouping rifle for the price. I've got the iron sights where I want them and the rifle has been consistent with every shot. The stock is a little flimsy like most reviews say but it doesn't seem to effect the shots at all. I plan on bedding in the stock but I'll keep the factory one on it. No complaints out of this rifle at all. ...more

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James S
James S
Feb 12, 2018

I have two,.223 and a .308. Both are easy sub moa with good factory ammo.

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Richard Y
Richard Y
Dec 05, 2017

this is a nice rifle recoil is mild to little have not had a chance to use it hunting

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Brian C
Brian C
Oct 11, 2017

I purchased this rifle from Buds two years ago for my son and in that time have done some load development and watched my son take two deer with it. Starting with the obvious this is not a very pretty gun but it does have some utilitarian appeal. The barrel is fairly heavy but balances well and tracks. 20" is perfect for this setup. Still scoped and with a sling this combo is heavier than an M1 garand. Nevertheless my then 12 now 13 year old son has never complained and he is not a big kid. The stock is what you would expect for the price but the recoil pad really does soak up recoil well. The barrel channel is cut generously and you could slide several sheets of paper between the barrel and stock. It flexes enough to touch the barrel so that is something to consider. It is also accurate, this rifle likes 165 grain Nosler Accubonds and will fire 5 into 0.7" at 100 yards ahead of a load of 46 grains of varget. The rifle will shoot 168 gr. Hornady HPBT the same. The magazine allows for longer bullet seating as well and from a handloaders perspective that is appreciated. Of note as well, on a whim I tried some 180 grain Sierra Game Kings I had left over loaded with 45 grains Varget once again. I averaged 2663 fps and under an inch accuracy! The load was not as good as the Accubonds so I stuck with the Noslers as the do all bullet, but it would appear to me the rifles 20" barrel gives nothing up for velocity. I cannot explain it but this was not hot ammo and there were no pressure signs. Do your own load development of course. The iron sights are a great addition that I appreciate. The rifle has seen over 100 silenced rounds through it utilizing a friends silencer and it does well as it does not seem to change the point of impact. No trouble with threads. Its just a solid, kind of unique 308 that will work well forever. It will never look great but that's not the intent. For the price and something just a little different this is really tough to beat. ...more

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kerry p
kerry p
Apr 01, 2017

accurate,, good trigger,,good gun,,,,a better quality stock,,,and i would be great

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Timothy R
Timothy R
Mar 07, 2017

great rifle from right out of the box. Looks and feels great, though is a little front heavy, not enough to really complain about. The rifle feels great to shoot and using irons makes for quick shooting. The trigger feels great too. The weakest part of the rifle is the stock, the stock feels more solid than the Ruger American though. ...more

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Savage Arms 11 Hog Hunter Q & A
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Asked by George Heuston 2 years ago

Weight

(Unknown) 1 year ago

Hello Gary, it is 7.25 lbs. Hope that helps!

Asked by George Heuston 3 years ago

Receiver/Barrel material.

(Unknown) 1 year ago

I'd almost guarantee it is steel, especially in .308.

Asked by George Heuston 1 year ago

Is the picture accurate?

(Unknown) 1 year ago

yes the picture is correct

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