Savage Arms adds the Model 110 Bear Hunter to its inventory of AccuFit equipped hunting rifles.
The 110 Bear Hunter is chambered in several calibers to include: 300 WSM, .338 Federal, .300 Win Mag., .338 Win. Mag. and .375 Ruger. Sporting a 23-inch stainless steel fluted barrel, the Bear Hunter is equipped with Savage’s latest AccuFit system. This setup allows shooters to customize both length-of-pull and comb height for a more personalized fit and feel.
In addition to the AccuFit, the Bear Hunter also features Savage’s AccuTrigger system. The company said the AccuTrigger delivers a crisp and clean trigger pull while also preventing the firearm from discharging if dropped.
The AccuFit and AccuTrigger collide in the AccuStock, which holds the action along its entire length. The Bear Hunter rounds out its design with an adjustable muzzle brake on the barrel and a Mossy Oak Break-Up Country color scheme.
All-in-all the setup will set hunters back about $1,000. The Model 110 Bear Hunter from Savage is currently shipping to firearms dealers nationwide.
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