With SHOT Show on the horizon, Savage Arms has been busy releasing new variants of the company's A-series and Model 110 rifles. 
 

A17, now in .17 WSM 


Savage first introduced its semi-auto delayed-blowback A17 rifles in 2015 with a model chambered in .17 HMR. The company followed this up with the .17 Mach 2 in 2019 and have now found a new flavor of .17 caliber for the line, the .17 Winchester Super Magnum. The .17 WSM chambering will be offered in both a new A17 WSM Sporter and a A17 WSM Target Thumbhole. Both have a case-hardened receiver set into a gray laminate stock with a 22-inch button-rifled barrel, a user-adjustable AccuTrigger, and a hard-chrome bolt with an oversized bolt handle. 
 

The A17 WSM Sporter
The A17 WSM Sporter has an MSRP of $619. (Photo: Savage)
A17 WSM Target Thumbhole
The A17 WSM Target Thumbhole has a fluted heavy target barrel and, as the name would suggest, a thumbhole stock. It has an MSRP of $709. (Photo: Savage)


"Both are designed for target shooting and varmint hunting applications and have rigid laminate stocks," said Jessica Treglia, Sr. Brand Manager at Savage Arms. "Both the Target Thumbhole and Sporter run from Savage’s 8-round rotary magazine."
 

Related: Savage A17 Thumbhole Target Combo Review

 

110 Carbon Tactical


The new Savage 110 Carbon Tactical pairs the company's factory blueprinted 110 actions with a PROOF Research stainless-steel carbon-fiber-wrapped threaded barrel and adds the company's in-house AccuTrigger, AccuFit technology, and AccuStock. Using a matte black carbon-steel receiver that is drilled and tapped (8-40), it has a one-piece 20-MOA rail, uses AICS detachable box magazines, and a beavertail forend with three sling swivel studs.
 


“The 110 Tactical has proven to be an exceptionally versatile rifle,” said Treglia. "The 110 Carbon Tactical is the next step in this design. With its beavertail forend, AICS magazine compatibility, and one-piece 20 MOA rail, the 110 Carbon Tactical is an adaptable and highly capable rifle — and now it is even lighter. With its new PROOF Research carbon fiber wrapped barrel, it weighs in at just over seven-and-a-half pounds."
 

Savage 110 Carbon Tactical
The Savage 110 Carbon Tactical is offered in three calibers and two colors, grey or flat dark earth. (Photo: Savage)


Offered in .308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, and 6.5 PRC – to the cheers of PRC fans – it is available in the colors grey or flat dark earth. Price across all calibers and colors is $1,789, suggested. 
 

110 Magpul Hunter

 

Savage paired the immensely popular Magpul Hunter stock – upgraded with an aluminum bedding block – with its 110 actions for the (wait for it) 110 Magpul Hunter. Besides the stock, you get an action available in right and left-hand options, an 18-inch carbon-steel heavy threaded barrel, a user-adjustable AccuTrigger, and a one-piece 20-MOA rail. 

 

 

"Magpul builds incredible accessories," said Treglia. "Their Hunter Stocks are a solid complement for the versatility of the 110 action and barrel. But this is much more than an aftermarket stock. We’ve designed a 110 with a heavy barrel and durable coatings that match the look and feel of the Magpul Hunter Stocks."

 

Savage 110 Magpul Hunter
The Savage 110 Magpul Hunter is available in both .308 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor, in left and right-hand options, for a cost of $1,049. (Photo: Savage)


The fully adjustable Magpul Hunter stock has M-LOK slots on the forend, sides, and bottom, while the rifle is set up for five-round AICS Magpul magazines. Other features include a knurled bolt handle for improved handling, a drilled and tapped (8-40) receiver, and a Tungsten Cerakote coating on the barrel, receiver, and bolt handle.

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