Savage has just launched its new Model 110 Prairie Hunter, a precision bolt-action 110 platform rifle built for the cartridge that bent the rules of ballistics when it was introduced in 2017. This is the new configuration of their older Model 110 first released in 1958.
Model 110 Features
- Bolt-action 224 Valkyrie
- Cartridge offers the least wind drift and drop in its class and less than half the recoil of cartridges with similar ballistics
- AccuFit system: Ergonomic synthetic stock with adjustable length-of-pull and comb height
- 22-inch carbon steel threaded barrel (1/2-28) with cap 1:7 Twist
- Drilled and tapped with one-piece 20 MOA rail
- Detachable box magazine
- Gray synthetic stock with beavertail fore-end and three QD studs
- Target crown
- 3 Round Detachable Box Magazine
- Weight 8.75 lbs
The New Prairie Hunter Features 3 distinct technologies that Savage offers on some of its other rifles. As stated on their website the following technologies are all featured on the rifle:
The new Savage AccuFit system uses an exclusive combination of interchangeable comb risers and length-of-pull inserts to create a custom fit for any shooter.
This rigid aluminum rail system is firmly embedded in the stock throughout the fore-end of select Savage rifles. Rather than uni-directionally engaging the action at one or two points, the AccuStock™ engages it three-dimensionally along its entire length.
The AccuTrigger system is easily adjustable by the shooter, offers a light, clean pull with no creep, and prevents the firearm from discharging if jarred or dropped.
As many of you know 224 Valkarie has a massive amount of options as far as bullet weight goes. This makes Savage’s 110 Prairie Hunter ideal for long-distance target shooters and hunters. If you want to add a muzzle device, the 22-inch carbon steel barrel comes threaded from the factory, so you can mount your favorite suppressor out or muzzle device. Savage says it is most suitable for shooting varmints and other small to medium-sized game animals.
Savage is currently shipping stock to gun suppliers now, it is currently listed for an MSRP of $759 according to Savage’s website.
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