Savage this week announced a large-format bolt-action pistol based on the company's well-liked 110 action, the 110 Pistol Chassis System.

Offered at launch in .223 Rem, 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 Blackout, .308 Win, and .350 Legend, the Savage 110 PCS has a machined aluminum, one-piece chassis from Modular Driven Technologies with a 7-inch free-floating forend complete with M-LOK accessory slots. All models feature a 10.5-inch medium contour barrel with a 5/8x24 TPI threaded muzzle. The standard trigger is Savage's in-house AccuTrigger that is user-adjustable from 2.5-6 pounds.

Savage 110 PCS pistol
Overall length, regardless of caliber, is listed as 21.5 inches while weight is 5.625 pounds. (Photo: Savage)
Savage 110 PCS pistol
The receiver and barrel are carbon steel while the MDT chassis is aluminum. (Photo: Savage)

Savage says they have logged some impressive shots with the pistol in testing. 

"The Model 110 has set the bar high for bolt-action rifles," Jessica Treglia, senior brand manager for Savage Arms. "Now the adaptability and performance that we see from our flagship rifle line is available in a pistol chassis system. Don’t let the 110 PCS’s diminutive size fool you – we’ve taken this gun out past 500 yards with reliable, repeatable accuracy."

Other features include a left-hand bolt with right-hand ejection to allow right-handed users to keep their primary hand on the grip, a spiral fluted bolt body, and one-piece 0 MOA top rail for optics. The series accepts most AR-15 style pistol grips and uses an AICS detachable magazine. Barricade grooves are built into the leading edge of the magwell and the forend includes a sling stud/bipod post while the rear of the receiver has an accessory rail. 

The MSRP on the Savage 110 PCS is $999.

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