The two new guns-- the 110 Ultralite Camo and 110 Timberline-- are described by Savage as "more capable than any 110’s we’ve ever built. Each come standard with premium features to include advanced protective finishes, user-adjustable AccuTriggers able to be set as low as 1.5-pounds, rock-solid bedding provided by the company's AccuStock internal chassis, and an AccuFit system that allows sportsmen to customize length-of-pull and comb height.
"The Model 110 has been evolving for more than six decades," said Jessica Treglia, Sr. Brand Manager at Savage Arms. "That’s longer than any other bolt-action rifle in production. The new Backcountry Xtreme Series is building on this legacy. These rifles mark the apex of the 110’s incredible journey."
110 Ultralite Camo
Using a PROOF Research carbon-fiber-wrapped stainless-steel barrel and a melonite skeletonized receiver, the weight savings are real on the 110 Ultralite Camo, hitting the scales at 6-pounds and under. Offered in .308 Win, .28 Nosler, .30-06, 6.5 Creedmoor, and 6.5 PRC, these come standard with an adjustable KUIU Verde 2.0 Camo AccuFit stock with overmold surfaces. For most calibers, the standard barrel length is 22-inches, stretching to 24 in .28N and 6.5PRC.
MSRP on the Savage Model 110 Ultralite Camo is $1,549.
Using a medium contour fluted barrel with a target crown and omni-port muzzle brake the 110 Timberline comes standard with an adjustable synthetic stock that includes Realtree Excape camo and overmolded surfaces. Available in nine popular North American hunting calibers ranging from .243 Win and .270 Win to big boys like .300 WSM, 7mm Rem Mag, and 7mm-08, the barrel, receiver, and other critical parts are green OD cerakoted to help stand up to corrosion in the field. Barrel lengths run 22-to-24-inches depending on caliber and weight likewise runs 8- to 8.5-pounds.
MSRP on the Savage Model 110 Timberline is $1,129.