Savage adds Scout to Model 110 lineup

Savage Arms’ new Model 110 Scout comes in a flat dark earth and black motif. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage Arms continues to roll out new Model 110 updates, introducing the latest in the series — the Model 110 Scout.

Equipped with the company’s latest innovation, the AccuFit system, the Scout allows shooters to customize both length-of-pull and comb height to gain a more customized fit and feel. Continuing on the personalized theme, the Scout also sports Savage’s AccuTrigger, which is also user adjustable.

The AccuStock houses the action three-dimensionally along the length, providing the “fit and function of a custom rifle — right out of the box,” according to Savage. The rifle boasts several flashy features to include a 16 1/2-inch carbon steel barrel, muzzle brake and AICS-style detachable box mag with 10-round capacity.

The rifle is user configurable with the AccuFit and AccuTrigger systems. (Photo: Savage Arms)

“The new form-fitting, high-performance Model 110 Scout rifle from Savage allows shooters to make fast, accurate shots from a variety of positions—including offhand,” Savage said in a news release.

The Scout ships in a black and Flat Dark Earth color scheme with iron sights. Available in .223 Rem., .308 Win., .338 Fed. and .450 Bushmaster, the Scout rifle is priced at $819. Savage says the new Model 110 Scout is currently on its way to dealers nationwide.

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