Nicolas Lenze 12.30.21
Two trusted companies, Savage Arms and Magpul, have come together to give life to a new rifle built for hunters. Available in .308 Win and 6.5 Creedmoor, as well as in let-handed models, this is the Savage Arms 110 Magpul Hunter.
Savage Arms news @ OutdoorHub:
Savage is pleased to announce it has teamed up with Magpul® to pair a premium aftermarket stock with Savage’s proven 110 action. The combination mates Savage’s reputation for accuracy with Magpul’s renowned versatility to create a unique 110 that’s ideal for any shooter.
The 110 Magpul Hunter From Savage Arms
The 110 Magpul Hunter starts with the factory blueprinted action, with options for both right- and wrong-handed shooters. The 18″ carbon steel heavy barrel is threaded 5/8-24” at the muzzle. It features a Cerakote Tungsten finish for added corrosion resistance and defense against the elements. The knurled bolt handle is large and should keep your hand on the bolt during cycling, even in wet weather. These features are then set in the Magpul Hunter stock, which allows you adjustments in length of pull and comb height. Several M-LOK slots are located on the sides, as well as the bottom of the forend, giving you easy attachment points for a sling, bipod, or both. Above the action is a one-piece 20 MOA rail for mounting your glass. As one would expect, the rifle comes with the adjustable Savage AccuTrigger already installed.
- Calibers: .308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor
- Capacity: 5
- Available configurations: Left- or right-handed
- Barrel length: 18″
- Overall length: 38.5″
- Weight: 8.9 lbs.
- MSRP: $1,049
If you’re a fan of Magpul stocks and Savage actions, take a stroll over to the Savage arms website to learn more about this collaboration. While you’re there, be sure to follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for more picture and video content from the company. Make sure to swing by Magpul’s website, too. There, you can learn even more about their Hunter stocks. Don’t forget to follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.