Savage continues to add new chapters to its ongoing Model 110 bolt-action rifle saga with the latest sporting a carbon-fiber-wrapped barrel. 

The new Savage 110 Carbon Predator trims weights via an 18-inch PROOF Research fiber-wrapped stainless steel barrel -- complete with a threaded muzzle-- and a granite textured adjustable AccuFit sporter stock that is user-configurable for comb height and length-of-pull. Using a matte carbon steel receiver that runs AICS-pattern detachable magazines, the new rifle will be available in over a half-dozen popular calibers including .223 Rem, .300 Blackout, .308 Win, and 6.5 Creedmoor, all while sticking in the 6.5-pound range.


Savage 110 Carbon Predator
Other features include Savage's user-adjustable Accu-Trigger which can be dialed in from 1.5-to-4-pounds. Meanwhile, the rifle includes two sling swivel studs and two-piece Weaver-style optics bases. (Photo: Savage)
Savage 110 Carbon Predator
While the threaded PROOF Research carbon fiber-wrapped stainless steel barrel stands out, the Savage 110 Carbon Predator also includes an AccuStock, which secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length, a user-adjustable trigger, spiral fluted bolt, and an AICS magazine system. (Photo: Savage)


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"As one of Savage Arms’ impressive new guns, the 110 Carbon Predator offers unbeatable performance for the toughest hunts," said Beth Shimanski, Savage's marketing director. "We’re committed to building the best, and this new model of the oldest continuously manufactured bolt action rifle in North America embodies all that and more."

MSRP on the new Savage 110 Carbon Predator, regardless of caliber, is $1,695. 

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