A friend of mine had a savage back in the 90's and it was a great gun. He shot a buck at 230 yards with it, I helped him drag that deer out. We used a laser range finder and it said 235 yards.
So last year I bought one, it's a great gun. At 100 yards in the bench rest I can get slugs to touch each other. 200 yards I could still kill a deer with it. Here's a pic of the target I sighted in my 210 with. Pay no attention to the shots that didn't land in the bulls eye. I was sighting it in on those shots. Check out the two shots touching each other right next to the bulls eye. Those were my last 2 shots. I thought I had missed the target completely but upon closer inspection, there were two bullet holes touching each other. I figured that was more than I could expect from a slug gun and left the sights as is. The gun is chambered for 3" shells. I use the 3" Remington Accutip Sabot's. They're a bit expensive, but I tested all the premium sabot slugs I could get my hands on. I tried the Federal Sabots with the Barnes Ballistic tips, Winchester Supremes, Lightfields, Hornadys the one that really stood out was the Remington Accutips.