Savage Arms will release 28 new products at SHOT Show

Savage Arms will launch more than two dozen new products at SHOT Show 2018. (Photo: Savage Arms/Facebook)

Savage Arms will launch more than two dozen new products at SHOT Show 2018. (Photo: Savage Arms/Facebook)

Savage Arms said last week it will launch more than two dozen new products at SHOT Show in Las Vegas later this month.

The line up includes the company’s AccuFit System and 10 new Model 110s, Savage said Friday.

“Our new AccuFit System is designed to allow shooters to quickly adjust comb height and length-of-pull for a customized fit. This results in more consistent, more comfortable shooting,”  said Beth Shimanski, senior marketing manager. “The 10 new Model 110s, which have been upgraded with AccuFit, are sure to impress our customers. However, we didn’t stop there. We have several new configurations and caliber additions to our award-winning MSR lineup and rimfire rifles.”

Other highlights include:

-Model 110 Storm with AccuFit with sixteen caliber and left-hand options.

-Model 110 Long Range Hunter with AccuFit with a 26-inch barrel and muzzle brake. Nine caliber options, including 338 Lapua Mag.

-Model 110 Lightweight Storm with adjustable length-of-pull with six caliber options.

-AXIS II XP with updated stock: A package rifle with redesigned, ergonomic stock and Bushnell Banner 3-9×40 scope in full-size and compact models. Twenty caliber/configuration options.

-MSR 15 Valkyrie: MSR 15 chambered for the new 224 Valkyrie. This new model features an adjustable gas block, furniture upgrades, and the Elite Series flat dark earth cerakote.

-MSR 15 Recon Long Range Precision: Equipped with alternate furniture options and chambered in new 224 Valkyrie, 22 Nosler and 6.8 SPC.

-MSR 10 Long Range in 6mm Creedmoor: Delivers precision accuracy and chambered in the new flat-shooting, long-range 6mm Creedmoor cartridge.

-MSR 10 Hunter in 338 Federal: Built specifically for hunters and chambered in 338 Federal.

-B Series Compact and Left-hand: Bolt-action 22 LR, 22 WMR and 17 HMR options. Now available in compact and left-hand models.

-A Series Pro Varmint: Semi-automatic options in 22 LR, 22 WMR and 17 HMR, all with a Boyd’s Pro Varmint stock and 22-inch fluted, heavy barrel.

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