New Savage 110 Wolverine brings .450 Bushmaster to eager hunters (VIDEO)

As part of their updated AccuFit line of Model 110 offerings, Savage has something for sportsmen looking to take advantage of new straight-walled rifle seasons.

Billed as capable of taking on bear, deer, and hogs, the Wolverine is chambered for .450 Bushmaster, a pill that is increasingly popular with hunters in the Midwest. Featuring Savage’s new AccuFit enhancements that allow users to customize a precise fit for better accuracy and comfort, the bolt-gun is black on black with 5 comb risers and 4 length of pull inserts.

Other features include a detachable Magpul AICS magazine and user-adjustable AccuTrigger. The button-rifled 18-inch heavy barrel ends with a beefy ported muzzle brake and 11/16-24 threading.

The big Bushmaster thumper has been around for a minute but recent changes in state hunting regulations– for example in Michigan, you know, the Wolverine State– have sparked a robust interest in the use of more modern straight-walled cartridges such as the .450BM.

Retail on the Wolverine is $899, suggested.

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