I have been following the thread on the 7mm Mag and weather or not to keep it. It occurred to me that that old 110 Savage just may be a perfect hunting rifle, regardless of cartridge.
They were, and still are, wonderfully accurate and that stock isn't so pretty you'll worry about the odd scratch on it. The barrels were blue but not highly polished so didn't glare a lot for those that care.
If you didn't like the cartridge or just wanted a new one, just swap out the barrel at home and I think the bolt head replaces also.
The big flaw, and it was big, was that trigger. But Sharp Shooter Supply fixed that for $85. I can't think of any other rifle in any class as flexible. I would almost bet a decent refinishing could do wonders for that stock too.
Now if anyone from Savage is watching, the "Savage" on the bolt is really tacky and adds nothing to the performance! Makes me think of a Rolls Royce with it's name on the fender in 2" gold letters! Or maybe a BMW that was painter with latex house paint!