Since its introduction in 1958, the Savage Model 110 has served hunters and shooters well as an economical, hard-hitting, accurate rifle. Now it’s even better with the new Model 110 Big Game and Specialty series. These revamped rifles have received a fresh look and a full complement of new and improved features. Customized performance is the hallmark of the redesign, and these new rifles solve the three main issues shooters usually pay a gunsmith to address: fit, trigger pull, and bedding.
The new AccuStock also has a rigid chassis embedded in the stock. Combine these custom-like features with the standard adjustable AccuTrigger, and the 110s become affordable custom rifles, right out of the box. To help bring all this wonderfulness to the consumer, Savage has a full line of revamped 110s to choose from, covering everything from general-purpose to niche offerings.
Savage 110 Hunter
The Savage 110 Storm features a detachable-box magazine, stainless-steel barrel, and gray synthetic stock. It is available in a plethora of cartridges, from .223 Remington to .338 Winchester Magnum.
The 110 Engage Hunter comes out of the box with a mounted and bore-sighted Bushnell Engage riflescope. The 110 Predator is a Realtree Max 1 camo version chambered for six coyote-killing cartridges. All feature 24-inch barrels and a four-round detachable magazine.
Savage 110 General Purpose and More
If you want the ideal general-purpose 110, there’s the 110 Scout. Configured to emulate Jeff Cooper’s concept, this 110 has a 16.5-inch barrel, a 10-shot detachable magazine, open sights, and an extended eye-relief scope rail. Chambered for the .223 Remington, .308 Winchester, .338 Federal, or 450 Bushmaster. Other specific-purpose new 110s include the 23-inch- barreled 110 Bear Hunter, the 26-inch-barreled 110 Varmint, the 20-inch-barreled 110 Hog Hunter, and the wicked 110 Wolverine in 450 Bushmaster.
Savage 10/110 Stealth Evolution
The 10/110 Stealth Evolution chassis rifle is chambered for six distance-delivering cartridges, including the 6mm Creedmoor. The rifle blends pinpoint precision with torture-tested toughness, and pairs a heavy fluted barrel, blueprinted 10/110 action, 5R rifling, and an AccuTrigger, with a monolithic aluminum chassis, finished in rugged bronze Cerakote.
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