Savage introduces 110 Brush Hunter with adjustable length of pull

The 110 Brush Hunter comes chambered in either .338 Win or .375 Ruger. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage Arms continues its roll out of new Model 110 rifles, introducing the 110 Brush Hunter designed for tough hunting conditions.

The 110 Brush Hunter is chambered in either .338 Win or .375 Ruger. It sports a 20-inch, stainless steel, medium-contour barrel threaded with an end cap. The barrel is nestled in a rugged synthetic stock, according to Savage, who says the rifles 7.38-pound build is ideal for hunting big game. The long gun also features an oversized bolt handle paired with traditional iron sights.

The rifle is outfitted with an oversized bolt and 20-in stainless steel barrel. (Photo: Savage Arms)

The Brush Hunter comes with an adjustable length-of-pull which is easy to customize to fit individual shooters. In addition to an adjustable LOP, the rifle is also equipped with a user-adjustable AccuTrigger. The AccuTrigger is a light and crisp design that can be tweaked to user preferences.

Savage says the Brush Hunter is built on the “time-tested 110 platform” but comes with a more modern edge and better ergonomics.

The rifle ships with an adjustable box magazine and is priced at $784.

The long gun features adjustable length-of-pull. (Photo: Savage Arms)

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