SAVAGE ARMS Rolls out More Scoped Rifle Packages: Model 11/111 DOA HUNTER XP

DOA Hunter XP

Savage Arms is firmly cementing their brand atop the rifle industry with their quality barrels, famous AccuTrigger, and affordable packages. Their latest introduction does not deviate from that reputation. The Model 11/111 DOA Hunter XP is a culmination of products from the Federal/ATK family in an affordable package.

The base rifle utilizes Savage’s time-tested 110 action. It also employs their “thread-in, zero-tolerance headspace system” which is responsible for a lot of the accuracy. You get a button-rifled barrel and it would not be complete without the AccuTrigger. Some more simple features are the black synthetic stock, blued finish, and detachable box magazine.

Now, onto the hardware. This package is mounted with Weaver Grand Slam rings. These are steel and have 4 Torx screws per ring ensuring a strong, tight hold for optics. A Bushnell Trophy XLT with DOA drop-compensating reticle is the centerpiece of the package. This reticle assists shooters by more predictably marking yardages out to 600 yards.


DOA Hunter XP

Bushnell Trophy XLT w/ DOA 600 Reticle


This package is currently being offered in 15 different long- and short-action calibers. Most of the rifles weigh approximately 7 1/4 to 8 1/4 pounds fully outfitted with the Bushnell scope. The various caliber offerings can be seen below.

Model 11 DOA Hunter XP – Short-Action Calibers

  • .243 Winchester
  • .260 Remington
  • 6.5mm Creedmoor
  • .270 Winchester Short Magnum
  • 7mm-08 Remington
  • .308 Winchester
  • .300 Winchester Short Magnum
  • .338 Federal

Model 111 DOA Hunter XP – Long-Action Calibers

  • .25-06 Remington
  • 6.5x284mm Norma
  • .270 Winchester
  • 7mm Remington Magnum
  • .30-06 Springfield
  • .300 Winchester Magnum
  • .338 Winchester Magnum

These rifles MSRP from $684 – $712 putting them in a pretty affordable range for the quality and package offered. The full Savage Arms press release can be viewed HERE.

The outdoors, fitness and anything related to firearms are my passions. I am a S&W Armorer, Glock Armorer, reloader and am coping with an addiction to classic S&W and Colt revolvers (by buying more revolvers). I’ve been a guest writer for Sierra Bullets and love long walks to the gun range.


  • missourisam

    Five years ago I bought, on a store special, a model 110 Savage in .300 WSM with a scope. The rifle is super accurate, the trigger is a rifleman’s dream, but the butt plate of about 3/16 of very hard rubber was a nightmare. A limb saver recoil pad tamed the beast. It is sighted in at 225 yards and out to 300 yards I pretty well just hold dead on for one shot kills on deer. Granted the .300 WSM is overkill for deer, but I might run into an escaped African Lion, and besides I don’t have to worry about yardage and hold over. I’m getting lazy.

  • Charles Applegate

    One of these in a 6.5 or a .260 is bery, bery interesting indeed.

    • Marcus D.

      I was hoping to find an unbeatable Black Friday deal, but no such luck. Creedmoor is calling. With any luck, a new range will be opening just east of town this summer with a 1000 yard range, the only one anywhere near here.

  • Marcus D.

    The main complaint of the Savage package deal was the scope rings, which I understand were plastic and usually came loose. These rings should solve that complaint.

  • 22winmag

    Soon to be gracing the shelves of your local Walmart.

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    Make it standard from the factory with AICS spec bottom metal and a PMag and Ill be all over it.

    That being said the rings pictured are way too high…