New Savage 110 Predator Provides Custom Performance Straight From the Factory

Rachel Y
by Rachel Y

Savage’s feature-rich new 110 Predator offers predator hunters a high-performance shooting platform that’s every bit as adaptable as the carnivores they pursue. Shipments of these firearms are currently being delivered to dealers.

The rugged Savage 110 Predator’s AccuFit system lets shooters easily customize the length-of-pull and comb height for a personalized fit, while the user-adjustable AccuTrigger offers a crisp, clean pull and prevents the firearm from discharging if jarred or dropped.

Together with the AccuStock, which secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length, the 110 Predator provides the fit, function and accuracy of a custom rifle—right out of the box. Plus, its Realtree Max-1 synthetic stock conceals hunters from sharp eyes, while the oversize bolt allows fast cycling.

Features & Benefits

  • AccuFit system lets shooters quickly adjust comb height and length-of-pull
  • User-adjustable AccuTrigger
  • AccuStock rail system secures the action three-dimensionally along its entire length
  • Realtree Max-1 camouflage synthetic stock
  • Fluted, button-rifled heavy barrel with threaded end cap
  • Detachable box magazine
  • Soft grip overmold fore-end and pistol grip surfaces
  • New Model 110 design and ergonomics
  • Two-piece Weaver-style bases

Part No. / Description / MSRP

57000 / 22-250 Rem., 24-inch barrel / $899
57001 / 223 Rem., 22-inch barrel / $899
57002 / 204 Ruger, 24-inch barrel / $899
57003 / 243 Win., 24-inch barrel / $899
57004 / 6.5 Creedmoor, 24-inch barrel / $899
57005 / 260 Rem., 24-inch barrel / $899

Savage is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. To learn more about Savage, visit

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Rachel Y
Rachel Y

Rachel Young is a 4x Best Selling Author. She and her husband John co-own an FFL/SOT showroom and machine shop in Tennessee, specializing in ARs, AR parts, and AR accessories.

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  • JHP JHP on Apr 18, 2018

    Perhaps you should put in a blurb along the lines of “press release” as this seems more of a straight pull of what they published rather than a review or a report from actual user feedback. Otherwise people click on it and expect to see a report of 1/4 MOA performance but are only left with what the company said about its product.

  • Russell Poynor Russell Poynor on Apr 18, 2018

    They should have designed the Rifle too accept PMags. Ruger missed the boat on the American but have now addressed that issue.