This is kind of a crazy Savage rifle model when it comes to caliber choice. It's like a shotgun approach instead of an intelligent and thoughtful approach to what a "hog rifle" should be chambered in.
It comes in .223 - which should be called the "piglet hunter"; .308 Win which is the only sane chambering; and .338 Win Mag which is way overkill on both ends (although as a grizzly rifle it would be okay).
Drop the silly .223, chamber it in either .260 Rem or 7mm-08 Rem for a light recoil version instead. Keep .308, add .338 Federal which is another .308 case-based round, instead of the Win Mag.
All are .308-based and all would use the exact same short action.
The .338 Fed would be a natural with 210-gr Nosler Partitions or Barnes TSXs at 2630 fps. This new caliber is really a pretty handy and user-friendly one offering a heavy big-bore bullet to penetrate well and open a big hole, yet with a reasonable recoil level for light rifles. It's recoil ft/lbs with 210s is between that of the 180/'06 and 175/7mm Mag, but recoil velocitywould make it feel more like the '06 rather than any 7mm Mag load.