5 shots= one mistake
1st 4 shots touching=7/8'
1 flyer, my ego
I should have left well enough alone with 4 -shots touching at 7/8', but NOOOO! I have to try one more shot. Oh Well. This rifle flat shoots! I'm a believer.
My buddy just purchased one of those and I did the mounting of mounts scope and ACD for him. I worked up some 178gr A-max and watched him shoot bowling pins at 300yds all day long.
You have a great rifle and the muzzle break removes at least half the recoil of the 308.
Watched a buddy shoot a 1/2 inch group with my new Savage model 10 308 precision carbine with 168 gr Gold Medal match at 200 yards.
Best I can manage at 200 (prone, off a bipod) with that rifle is about 7/8", like Jen5, that's with a 10x fixed scope. Also worth mentioning that even a small gust of wind can move a bullet half an inch at 200 yards and you'll never realize it.
It's always a roll of the dice buying a new gun, but the new Savages seem far less of a gamble than the new Remingtons.
The differences between the 10FP-SR and the FCP-K are. The 10FP-SR has a 22" non-fluted barrel instead of a 24" fluted on the FCP-K. The SP has a threaded barrel but no break. Both have Accustock and trigger. The SP is about 1/2 lb lighter than the FCP-K.
...not according to Savage's website... the FP-SR doesn't. I'm not real big on the fluted 24" barrel, but I'll probably wind up with the K because of the muzzle brake and the Accustock.