The Savage 110 line of bolt action rifles is being expanded just a bit further today with the goal of predator hunting in mind. Savage is proud to announce the new 110 Carbon Predator with a new granite textured stock with AccuFit Technology, AICS pattern magazine compatibility, and loads of other features that make it perfect for predator hunting.
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Savage Arms Introduces the New Model 110 Carbon Predator
WESTFIELD, Massachusetts – November 29, 2022 – Savage Arms is proud to introduce the newest member of the iconic Model 110 bolt action rifle family, the 110 Carbon Predator. Built to withstand the elements and perform when it matters most, this rifle features everything needed to turn the hunter into the hunted.
“As one of Savage Arms’ impressive new guns, the 110 Carbon Predator offers unbeatable performance for the toughest hunts,” said Beth Shimanski, Director of Marketing at Savage Arms. “We’re committed to building the best, and this new model of the oldest continuously manufactured bolt action rifle in North America embodies all that and more. The modern predator hunter will love the Savage designed carbon fiber wrapped PROOF Research barrel, AICS detachable box magazine and exclusively on this rifle, a granite textured stock featuring the AccuFit and Accustock technology.”
Weighing in at 6.5LBS with user adjustable AccuTrigger™ and a crisp, matte black carbon steel receiver, the 110 Carbon Predator ensures optimal performance for predator hunting. This rifle is the perfect companion for stepping into the wild, where every shot taken counts.
The user-adjustable AccuTrigger features an adjustment range of between 4lbs down to 1.5lbs, the 110 Carbon Predators stock features two sling swivel studs, the rifle makes use of 2-piece Weaver style basses, and will be available in today’s most common hunting cartridges including 6mm ARC, .223 REM, 22-250 REM, 308 WIN, 6.5 CM, and 300BLK. At the time of writing, all Savage Model 110 Carbon Predator rifles ship with a standard barrel length of 18 inches. For more information or to see a complete list of specifications, you can visit http://savagearms.com/.
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