Savage Arms introduces 110 Lightweight Storm for all weather shooting

 Savage rolls out the 110 Lightweight Storm built on the popular 110 platform. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage rolls out the 110 Lightweight Storm built on the popular 110 platform. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage Arms’ 110 Lightweight Storm is designed to tackle gnarly weather conditions, according to the gun maker who said the rifle can stand up to the worst weather conditions.

Featuring a stainless steel action and 20-inch barrel, the 110 Storm offers a lightweight design tipping scales at 5.65-pounds. The detachable box magazine style rifle allows users to easily customize length-of-pull to fit comfortably while shooting.

(Photo: Savage Arms)

The Storm features a spiral-fluted bolt. (Photo: Savage Arms)

The 110 Lightweight Storm is packed with features to include a spiral-fluted bolt, rugged synthetic stock and skeletonized receiver. As with most Savage rifles, the 110 Lightweight Storm also includes the company’s user-adjustable AccuTrigger. The AccuTrigger delivers a light yet crisp pull to shooters. Built on Savage’s 110 platform, the company says the rifle is time tested but with a modern design and “improved ergonomics.”

Boasting a range of calibers to include .223 Rem, 7mm-08, .308 Win, .243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, and .270 Win the 110 Lightweight Storm is currently on its way to dealer with a MSRP of $749.

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