Savage expands Model 110 lineup with new Tactical variant

06/18/18 9:30 AM | by

The Model 110 Tactical, in desert tan, pairs the AccuFit System with the AccuTrigger and AccuStock. (Photo: Savage Arms)

Savage Arms ups the ante on its Model 110 series, launching a new high performance model known as the 110 Tactical.

The 110 Tactical comes chambered in .308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor or 6mm Creedmoor. The rifle boasts Savage’s latest innovation — the AccuFit System. The AccuFit enables tactical and competitive shooters to tune the rifle’s comb height and length-of-pull to achieve a customized fit and feel. Savage also offers adjustments in the way of the AccuTrigger, which allows for user-adjustments to grant a light, crisp pull.

Savage also offers the Model 110 Tactical in a gray color scheme. (Photo: Savage Arms)

“The 110 Tactical provides the fit and function of a custom rifle—right out of the box,” Savage said in a press release. “It also features a suppressor-ready threaded barrel, a one-piece scope rail and 10-round detachable box magazine.”

Available in right-handed and left-handed configurations, the 110 Tactical is available in either gray or desert tan. Shipping now to dealers, the 110 Tactical’s pricing starts at $769.

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